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Trashed Ambulance are kicking off 2021 with a new EP

Trashed Ambulance

Alberta punks Trashed Ambulance are kicking off 2021 with the “Leapfrog” EP. Out now digitally via Thousand Islands Records, it’s the band first new material since releasing the “Shorthanded Cassette” EP in 2019. The new EP is comprised of new singles “On The Mend”, “Leapfrog” and also a remastered version …

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Punk rockers Burning Nickels reveal their 5-song EP!

Burning Nickels have dropped their latest release: a 5-song EP called “Bernie Goes To College”, out now via High End Denim Records. On this release, Josh Hauta (guitar/vocals) comments: “We had a bunch of silly songs in our repertoire that certainly didn’t fit in with our other bands. So we decided that …

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Burning Nickels drop their video for “Jerome”

Red Deer punk rockers, Burning Nickels, have released a music video for their new single, titled “Jerome”. On this release, Jawsh comments: “Jerome has become legendary in his pursuit of glory so it’s only natural he had a song devoted to him. The video cost millions of rupees to make and was created …

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Trashed Ambulance release new single “On The Mend”

Trashed Ambulance

Alberta punks Trashed Ambulance are back with a new single called “On The Mend”. It’s the band’s first new material since releasing the Shorthanded Cassette EP in 2019. Here’s what frontman Josh Hauta stated about the song: “Most people would agree that 2020 has been a disaster of a year …

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Bearings are back with a brand new video “Super Deluxe”

Bearings

Bearings are back with a brand new video “Super Deluxe” from the forthcoming sophomore album. They previously announced a new album, “Hello, It’s You”, out on November 20th through Pure Noise Records. It was produced by Courtney Ballard (Good Charlotte, Waterparks). As a whole, “Hello, It’s You” uses its lyrical …

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Winning Streak reveal new song “We Live Here”

Winning Streak

Texas skatepunk unit Winning Streak is back with a new song, “We Live Here”. The track is out now on the most popular digital platforms. It will appear on the band’s upcoming album “We Need A Plan”, due out November 3rd. It’s also the second song to emerge from the …

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Seaway have shared another single “Still Blue”

Seaway

With just a couple of days to go until the release of their new album “Big Vibe” Canadian punks Seaway have shared another single “Still Blue”. “’Still Blue’ has been a favourite of mine from the record since we started it. It evolved a lot in the studio but each …

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The Speakeasy reveal a new single called “Sunday Blues”

The Speakeasy

Montreal-based skatepunk unit The Speakeasy has revealed a new single called “Sunday Blues”. The single is off the band’s upcoming EP “Tales From The Moonshiner Part Two: Requiem” due out October 20th. Here’s what frontman Karl Bullets stated about the song. “Based on the Johnny Cash classic “Sunday Morning Coming …

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Winning Streak announce new album “We Need A Plan”

Winning Streak

Winning Streak join Thousand Islands Records & Disconnect Disconnect Records for the release of their brand new album “We Need A Plan”. The latter will indeed be out on November 3rd 2020. The band has also just released the first single off the album “Stop Screaming“. A melodic punk rock …

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Seaway have revealed another single, “Wild Things”!

Seaway

Canadian rock band Seaway has revealed another single, “Wild Things”, taken from the forthcoming new album “Big Vibe”. A guitar-driven collection of songs with big hooks and a bigger attitude, “Big Vibe” is set to be released on October 16th via Pure Noise Records. “Going into writing Wild Things we …

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Bleeker Drops Quarantine Video For Tiktok Hit “Problems”

Bleeker

“Throw your problems in the air” sing Bleeker on their new video for ‘Problems’. Taken from the forthcoming album ‘Self Made’, ‘Problems’ was released as scheduled on March 20th 2020. Just as people were being sent home and the world went into 3 months of lockdown. The escapist feel of …

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