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Mannequin Pussy Adds New Fall Tour Dates Throughout The U.S.

Basically, 2024 is the year of Mannequin Pussy. The Philadelphia band released their fourth studio record I Got Heaven on March 1 via Epitaph Records and have been on the move ever since. The band is currently touring the U.S. right now before hopping across the pond to play in Europe and the UK this summer. Excitingly, if you didn’t grab tickets for their spring dates, Mannequin Pussy just added new U.S. dates for the fall. The new tour dates begin on September 26 in New Haven at Toad’s Place and end on October 26 at Tampa’s The Orpheum. Margaritas… Read more »


Mannequin Pussy Drops ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ Inspired Track, “Nothing Like”

With less than a month to go before Mannequin Pussy officially drop their eagerly-awaited fourth studio album, I Got Heaven, arriving on March 1 via Epitaph Records, the four-piece have released their Buffy The Vampire Slayer-inspired new single, “Nothing Like.” In this latest offering, the band seamlessly melds their trademark indie essence with sugary-sweet punk, crafting a dynamic soundscape that encapsulates the fervent longing for youthful romance. Delving into the precarious realm where infatuation overpowers reason, “Nothing Like” is propelled by frontwoman Marisa Dabice‘s evocative vocal delivery, transitioning from a tender croon to a powerful crescendo laden with the raw… Read more »


Mannequin Pussy Announces 2024 Tour And Releases New Single “Sometimes”

Mannequin Pussy has announced their 2024 North American tour to support their forthcoming album, I Got Heaven. The record drops on March 1 courtesy of Epitaph, with the tour commencing in April. The announcement brings a new track from the album, “Sometimes,” and a visualizer video. Read more: Starset Announces Spring 2021 U.S. Tour, Immersion: The Final Chapter Frontwoman Marisa Dabice says that their latest single is a battle between what you desire: “It is a song about the struggle of feeling a deep new for one’s independence while at the same time accepting that you are longing for someone… Read more »


Mannequin Pussy Makes An Ethereal Return With “I Got Heaven”

What’s more punk than performing in a cornfield? Nothing!  Mannequin Pussy is back and better than ever, treating fans to their deliciously rebellious single, “I Got Heaven.” Juxtaposing their angsty screaming vocals with melodic guitar leads, the song references religion in the context of its hypocrisy, and finding god within your own life and body.  Alongside “I Got Heaven” comes its music video, which is just as unique as the track. From images of cows and hay, to a family of farmers running to escape the band’s chaos, the visuals highlight Mannequin Pussy’s disillusionment with organized religion in an evocative… Read more »


Militarie Gun Teams Up With Manchester Orchestra On Reimagined Single

Militarie Gun has teamed up with Manchester Orchestra to rework their track, “My Friends Are Having A Hard Time.” The collaboration is off of the fast-rising Los Angeles group’s incoming EP, Life Under The Sun, and comes out on January 26 via Loma Vista. The collection is comprised of five tracks plus features Bully’s Alicia Bognanno, Mannequin Pussy, and a NOFX cover. Read more: So What?! Music Fest Announces Lineup Featuring Underoath, Skillet, & More Everyone needs some East Coast emo edge, and the union between both acts highlights the versatility of Militarie Gun. The indie rockers break down the… Read more »


Softcult Share Beautifully Somber New Track “Heaven”

Softcult return on this beautiful December morning to gift fans with a brand new song, “Heaven.” A classically shoegaze-drenched tune, the duo comprised of twins Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn add exciting elements of grunge rock and alternative indie into parts of the effort. Carried by gloomy verses and restrained vocals, the instrumentation explodes into something more cacophonous in the chorus. A song exploring the narrative of overcoming dysmorphia, it paints the picture of the idealistic utopian future that the two wish to soon be a reality. Speaking on “Heaven”, Softcult shared, “This song describes a world where everyone is accepted for… Read more »


The Regrettes Have No Regrets As They “Part Ways” Following Final Show

No regrets for The Regrettes. The indie-punk rockers announced today on their social channels that they will host their final show on December 21 at The Fonda Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Tickets go on sale next Friday, November 17. In a Facebook post, the band says, “If you’re reading this or you’ve been to a show or bought a record, you’ve given us all some of the best years of our lives. After all these amazing years together, we are parting ways to focus on other projects. There is absolutely nothing but love in our hearts for each other… Read more »


Softcult Will “Haunt You Still” On New Shoegaze Track

Your favorite mall goth, twin sibling duo Softcult is back with an ethereal new track “Haunt You Still” with a music video to pair. The song follows up their March release, the see you in the dark EP, which features “Someone2Me,” “Dress” and more tracks infused with classic industrial rock, grunge sonics and thoughtful, poignant, social justice lyrics. Check out Softcult‘s “Haunt You Still” below featuring a delicious dose of shoegaze sounds and reflective lyrics. “Haunt You Still” serves as a unique vision of the past, one where duo Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn take accountability. “Maybe it’s a defense mechanism,… Read more »


Movements Start A ‘RUCKUS!’ On New Album

Hailing from Southern California, the melodic post-hardcore band, Movements is experimenting in ways they never have before. Their brand new album RUCKUS! dropped today, catapulting them towards new heights. The record explores fresh sounds and themes, showcasing the band’s ability to grow and change with every lyric and sonic choice. A group known for their emotional delivery of gut-wrenching and thought-provoking music, they impressively expand their approach on this album. Movements dropped several singles leading up to the record, including “Tightrope“, “Lead Pipe“, “Killing Time“, “Fail You“, and “Heaven Sent“. All five singles were beautifully intrinsic in their own right,… Read more »


Movements Bring Melancholy To Life On New Single, “Tightrope”

As anticipation builds for their eagerly-awaited third album, RUCKUS!, to arrive on August 18, Movements continues to bewitch fans with their latest offering, “Tightrope.” The band has been steadily building excitement with the release of three singles, including “Fail You,” “Killing Time,” and “Lead Pipe,” leading up to the album drop. “Tightrope” takes listeners on a soul-stirring, nearly five-minute journey through its melancholic pop ballad structure, drawing inspiration from icons such as Justin Bieber. The song kicks off with a hauntingly pensive arrangement that sets a somber tone, reminiscent of introspective pop melodies. As the track unfolds, Movements‘ lead vocalist,… Read more »

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