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Pop-punks After Elmer reveal new single, ‘Talk’

After Elmer

Pop-punks After Elmer are showing their more timid and encouraging side with new single ‘Talk’. The song is from their debut-EP ‘Look Alive’ which was released in September. On their new single, ‘Talk’, the band comments: ‘The song is about sharing all your troubles, but really just the sharing part. …

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Pop-punks Claps Hand are back with “Grown”

Claps Hand

Pop Punk unit Claps Hand, from Bogor, Indonesia, is back with something new and different! After releasing the EP “Sapiens” in early February, Iqbal (Ex-Vocalist) decided to leave the band. However, it didn’t take long for Iqbal’s position to be filled again with a new face. Ferdi Prayuda is officially the …

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A Loss For Words are celebrating ten years of “Motown Classics”

A Loss For Words

Pop punk legends A Loss For Words are celebrating ten years of “Motown Classics”, their hit covers album featuring re-worked versions of “Do You Love Me” (originally by The Contours). “My Girl” (originally by The Temptations), “I Just Called To Say I Love You” (originally by Stevie Wonder), and more. …

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Waxflower are back with their new release ‘Again’

Waxflower

Following the release of their poignant stripped back single ‘Getting Better’ in September, Waxflower are kicking things back into fifth gear with their new release ‘Again’. ‘Again’ is somewhat a signal of a new era for the pop-punk visionaries. It is what frontman Tristan Higginson describes as “a line in …

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Nautical Mile sign with Manic Kat Records!

Nautical Mile

Pop-punk label, Manic Kat Records, is announcing a brand new signing! Australian pop-punks, Nautical Mile, have indeed joined the label’s roster of over 20 bands, making them the first Australian band on the label’s roster. In addition to the signing, the guys have also dropped a new single, along with …

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Octopus Montage now present “Right Here With Me”

Octopus Montage

Dynamic pop-punk quartet Octopus Montage now presents “Right Here With Me” – the latest installment of the group’s creative activity! On this new release, the band comments. “If there was ever such a thing as a “pop-punk ballad”, then this is our hat in the ring. The track focuses on …

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Frontside release their brand new single, “Give It Up”

Frontside

North Carolina-based pop punk outfit, Frontside, has released their brand new single, “Give It Up”. The single is the first released by the band since their signing with Revival Recordings which was announced earlier this month. When talking about the meaning behind “Give It Up” and their excitement for releasing …

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Octopus Montage unveil their single “Grow Up”

Octopus Montage

Energetic UK pop-punk quartet Octopus Montage unveil their anthemic, angst-driven brand new single “Grow Up”. It’s the first installment of the band’s soon to be released full-length album – “How To Live And How To Lose”! Taking its cue from the lyrics, “Grow Up” is filled with a strong stick-it-to-the …

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Waxflower share their video for “Getting Better”

Waxflower

Brisbane pop-punk quartet Waxflower reveal their music video for newest single “Getting Better”. An emotional song about struggling with anxiety and the toll it can take on those closest. Drawing from personal experience, frontman Tristan Higginson explains. “‘Getting Better’ was me tying a bow on a dark period of my …

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Yours Truly have revealed a new single “Funeral Home”

Yours Truly

Australia’s pop-punk bright lights Yours Truly have revealed a new single “Funeral Home”. The latter also comes alongside a new music video. “Funeral Home” explores a sentiment perhaps many can relate to, after vocalist Mikaila Delgado found herself coming to a personal realisation on family as she grew older. “I …

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Sean Nolan reflects on the pandemic & latest EP!

Sean Nolan and The Heartmakers

Sean, from the US band Sean Nolan and the Heartmakers, was kind enough to answer a couple of questions for us. Learn more about how he’s been dealing with the whole pandemic situation as well as his reflection on the band’s EP, titled “The Machineries of Joy”. Hello guys, thanks …

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