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9 Bands Who Should Reunite For When We Were Young Fest

When We Were Young Fest is the place to be to revive your inner emo kid with nostalgic pop-punk and alternative hits, all while hearing new tracks from your favorite artists and meeting fellow Warped Tour lovers. This year’s lineup boasts an array of rock ‘n’ roll legends, including headliners Green Day and blink-182. Plus, attendees will have the chance to see the likes of 5 Seconds Of Summer, Motion City Soundtrack, Turnover, Gym Class Heroes, The Veronicas, and many more iconic acts.  Lucky ticket holders also get to see reunions from bands returning from hiatus or artists who only… Read more »


Beauty School Dropout Is ‘READY TO EAT’ On New Album

Los Angeles pop-rock trio Beauty School Dropout stole our heart as the blink-182 North American tour opener, and are blessing our Friday with their brand new album READY TO EAT. Across the nine tracks including hit single “beautiful waste,” the band reveals their modern alternative prowess, setting the stage for the genre’s future. “READY TO EAT is the culmination of our high highs, low lows and everything in between,” says the band. “The album is a sonic spiral through our personal struggles with addiction, relationships and love (or lack thereof). The album is meant to be a reflection of our… Read more »


Bearings Announce Ryan Fitzpatrick’s Departure From The Band

Pop-rock band Bearings has just announced that their guitarist, Ryan Fitzpatrick (aka Fitz), has parted ways with the band. In a heartfelt statement posted on social media, the musician is transparent with fans regarding his reasons for leaving and thanks the Bearings team for allowing him to fulfill his musical dreams. “This hasn’t come as an easy decision, but I’ve recently come to the conclusion that it’s time for me to part ways with Bearings,” Fitzpatrick’s statement begins. “This band has brought an overwhelming amount of joy into my life over the past 5 years, and I will forever cherish… Read more »


Lauren Mayberry Frees Herself From “Shame” On Latest Single

Lauren Mayberry is taking her power back. Releasing her new single “Shame” via Island Records, the CHVRCHES vocalist is experimenting with her love of ‘90s pop-rock, musical theatre, and synth-wave across the arrangement. It is a multi-layered piece that explores the relatable feeling of shame, which is an incredibly complex emotion. Mayberry paints a vivid picture that juxtaposes uncertainty with sarcasm, giving the song a twinge of humor that lightens the mood. “I had the idea for a while of a song that had the tagline of ‘what a shame’, but in a sarcastic way,” she says. “And the word… Read more »


LØLØ Is Down Bad On New Single “faceplant”

Love doesn’t always feel like there are butterflies in your stomach. In fact, the emotions can feel so overwhelming that it’s like you’re diving headfirst into the concrete every time they say your name. LØLØ is expressing this relatable sensation in her latest single, “faceplant.”  Co-written by Grammy-nominated writer Mike Robinson and pop-rock songstress Marisa Maino, the track is reminiscent of early 2000s guitar-driven bangers such as “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World but adds a modern pop production. It encaptures LØLØ’s “take-no-prisoners” attitude and fiery writing perspective through fun vocal delays and unexpected harmonies. Just take a look at… Read more »


408 Drops Infectious New Single “Break Up With Your Girlfriend”

408 fans, rejoice! Their cheeky new single “Break Up With Your Girlfriend” is officially available on all streaming platforms. Exclusively premiering on idobi Radio’s Gone Fishkin, the track is reminiscent of 90’s radio pop-rock: A time when Third Eye Blind and Matchbox Twenty were taking over the airwaves. Its bouncy arrangement and infectious vocal melodies juxtapose the more melancholy themes of the song. “Break Up With Your Girlfriend” is about questioning whether or not your significant other is the right one for you and concluding that someone else could be your true puzzle piece.  408 shares the deeper meaning behind… Read more »


iDKHOW Asks “WHAT LOVE?” Teases New Single

iDKHOW is back and in a new era. Two weeks following the announcement of drummer Ryan Seaman’s departure and new music incoming, vocalist Dallon Weekes has posted four cryptic videos on Instagram. From a blue telephone to Weekes’ silhouette, the indie-pop project gives fans a taste of what to expect from their upcoming single, “WHAT LOVE?”  The first three videos all focus on bright objects that you could find in someone’s home: a blue wired telephone, a bright pink book, and a yellow china set. However, what’s more interesting are the audio snippets behind the videos and some of the… Read more »


Young Culture And Daisy Grenade Join Forces On “Jesus”

Young Culture is back with the bop of the fall! Joining forces with their friends and fellow New York natives, Daisy Grenade, the pop-rock band is celebrating the release of their new single, “Jesus,” today. The song tells the story of a toxic relationship that is too addictive to leave. It’s the kind of situation you know is terrible for you, but the push and pull of passion makes you stay. Lyrics like, “Why do I get high when you keep taking me low?” are balanced by the track’s driving guitars that immerse the listener into a full-on house party… Read more »


Jayden Seeley Launches Solo Career With Infectious Single “Day Job”

Jayden Seeley, the frontman of beloved pop-punk band With Confidence, has released his debut single “Day Job” today. This officially marks the launch of his solo career and the first track couldn’t be more perfect. “Day Job” is a quirky, catchy, pop-rock driven tune that expands on the sounds from With Confidence’s last album. It’s clear that Seeley has spent the last year truly honing in on his own creative path. “Day Job” is a testament to his individuality and separation from his previous project, all while remaining true to what he does best. It is authentic and fresh. “Day… Read more »

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