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Discover Valentine’s top 10 releases of 2019!

Top 10

With 2019 coming to an end, I thought you guys might want to know what my top 10 releases of the year are. The choice was definitely not easy (let’s face it!), but here we go, in no particular order… A New Hope – “The Triggering” Sleep On It – …

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Dumpweed drop their new single “Commitment Is A Dirty Word”!

Dumpweed

Dumpweed? Like, the blink-182 song? You bet your ass. Although the NJ quartet is rooted in pop punk, their new single “Commitment Is A Dirty Word” injects a darker throwback AFI vibe, complete with mysterious imagery and lightning-fast melodies. The official music video is now out along with their third …

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A New Hope are back with a new single, “The Triggering”!

A New Hope

A New Hope have unveiled their ultra-hooky new single, “The Triggering”, out now via all platforms. Formed in 2017 and coming at you from the quaint market towns of Newbury and Hereford, A NEW HOPE are in contrast to their tranquil origins. The lively six-piece were created with one true …

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Yours Truly are lifting the lid on a brand new music video!

Yours Truly

Sydney pop-punk favourites Yours Truly are lifting the lid on a music video for their track “Afterglow” featuring footage from their time on the road. After dropping in April, the “Afterglow” EP is now tipping 5 million streams and continues to see Yours Truly collect global attention and accolades. “Afterglow …

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What Makes Sense have unveiled their debut EP!

What Makes Sense

Pop Punk Band What Makes Sense is an up-and-coming band with diverse member’s who each bring a different aspect to the group. Members Adam “Radam” Rebillard and Avery Avello enlisted drummer Karl Killer, and bassist George Yacoub. They then hit the studio with Chris Piquette to record debut EP “Fear …

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FRND CRCL talk about their new single “Famous”!

FRND CRCL

FRND CRCL does its best not to forget about the pop in pop punk. Echoing the sounds from the early 2000s hay day of the infamous genre, the band has made a name for themselves out of the South Jersey music scene. While constantly challenging and modernizing their sound, FC …

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