Just because we’re entering the winter holiday season doesn’t mean you can’t keep the spirit of Halloween alive. Magnolia Park is continuing on with their spooky vibes with the release of their “Fell In Love On Halloween” music video via Epitaph Records. The bittersweet music video perfectly complements the acoustic emo track, which draws parallels between The Nightmare Before Christmas‘ Jack and Sally with the song’s protagonists. “I was dressed up like Jack/Should’ve known this won’t last/Every good thing comes and goes, at least I took my chance,” frontman Joshua Roberts sings. Check out the full “Fell In Love On… Read more »
The energetic vocalist of Magnolia Park, Joshua Roberts, has announced his debut solo EP Good For You. It comes out on December 15 courtesy of Epitaph. His latest single, “Darkness” gives us a taste of what to expect from the upcoming release. Embarking on an exciting musical path, Roberts’ newest venture experiments with alternative R&B. The seamless transition from vibrant pop-punk to this new sound showcases the versatility of his voice and craft. Keeping it in the Mag Park family, he produced and wrote the single with Vince Ernst. Roberts says, “‘Darkness’ came about when Vince and I learned that… Read more »
The whimsical and cheeky pop-punk outfit, Not My Weekend have returned today with a brand new music video for their track “OVERLOAD” featuring Josh Roberts of the beloved, Magnolia Park. This tune comes as the fifth single from their third studio album SHIMMER.SEASON out today! “OVERLOAD” follows singles, “SHUT.UP“, “HURRICANE.WEATHER“, “OTHERSIDE.(BREAK.UP.SONG)” and “KNOCK.ME.OUT” featuring Kellin Quinn of Sleeping With Sirens. The new record is arguably Not My Weekend’s best work to date, honing in on the best parts of their song writing and delivery. Even the album’s b-sides shine, such as “AMERICAN.DREAM” and “HELL(SEND.ME.DOWN)“. The stand out track is definitely… Read more »
It’s officially Halloween weekend, and you know what that means: scary movies, last-minute trips to the costume shop, and eating your way through all of the trick-or-treat candy. Lucky for us, this weekend also means new music from Magnolia Park, who just released their sophomore record, Halloween Mixtape II. Taking inspiration from the season’s spooky imagery, the alt-rock powerhouse explores the heavier aspects of their sound while weaving in pop, hip-hop, and theatre-emo musical stylings through Halloween Mixtape II. Yet, the diversity of Magnolia Park’s sound never feels disjointed or disingenuous. It’s heavy and dark while maintaining the band’s signature… Read more »
Magnolia Park‘s second performance at When We Were Young Fest 2023 became an unforgettable highlight when they welcomed pop-punkers Arrows In Action to the stage for a sensational cover of Fall Out Boy‘s 2005 classic “Sugar, We’re Goin Down.” The moment was nothing short of a sonic journey, taking the audience on a nostalgia-fueled ride back to the mid-aughts when the original song became an anthem for the emo/scene generation. Any elder emos in the house? As the two bands merged their talents on the Ghost Stage, the energy in the crowd reached a fever pitch. With impeccable harmonies and… Read more »
Magnolia Park are on their weird shit and it is more than awesome. Today the band dropped their brand new single “Animal” and it is what we have been waiting for. Magnolia Park has proved themselves as frontrunners of the scene over the last few years. Dominating the pop-punk scene with single after single, they are unstoppable. However, it was time for them to take the next step. A group that oozes the talent and skill of a mainstay act, they showcase their ability to push outside of the box on this new release. Magnolia Park celebrate the new track… Read more »
A show where Tosh co-hosted and DaddyDrumtech came along as well plus Carlie Hanson called in live and Magnolia Park stopped by!
Emerging in the wake of their compelling dual EP releases, MoonEater and SoulEater, which debuted earlier this month, Magnolia Park entered the idobi Studios in North Hollywood with a mission. Their goal? To create a lush sonic temple for vocalist Joshua Roberts’ infectious voice to bounce off of in tandem with the group’s guitarists, Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, armed with their acoustics. In a departure from their usual style and crafting a rendition sans Mayday Parade’s Derek Sanders, the group tackled their immensely popular track, “Feel Something.” As observers in the studio, we couldn’t help but be swept away… Read more »
Magnolia Park paid a visit to idobi Studios for a session, and pulled out a spine-tingling cover of Bring Me The Horizon’s “Drown”.
Just a few years ago, Magnolia Park was an up-and-coming pop punk band from Florida making small but impactful waves in their local scene. It didn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the group was destined for success. They have it all: the music, the look, the passion, and the ability to connect and relate to a large community of like-minded individuals. They quickly became absolutely inescapable on TikTok and Reels. Their videos were going viral seemingly every day. It can be argued that the second verse of their track “10 For 10” was the first to hit incredible… Read more »