Mayday Parade Release New Track To Mark The Ten Year Anniversary of Their First EP

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Florida pop punk heroes Mayday Parade have release a new track ‘The Problem With The Big Picture Is That It’s Hard To See‘ to celebrate ten years since they released their very first EP.

The EP, titled ‘Tales Told By Dead Friends‘, was released in 2006 and sold over 50,000 copies without any label support. Since then the boys have gone on to release five full length albums and another EP. You can check out the new track below.

Long live Mayday Parade.

Simple Plan Cancel Tour With All Time Low

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French-Canadian pop rock band Simple Plan have cancelled their upcoming tour with All Time Low on the advice of frontman Pierre Bouvier’s doctor.

Bouvier has been advised to take “immediate vocal rest” or risk facing long term damage to his vocal chords.

The band recently released their new album ‘Taking One For The Team‘, and have announced a new tour for March 2017, but they will not be joined on this tour by All Time Low.

 

Real Friends Release Music Video For “Mess”

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Illinois pop punkers Real Friends have released their new music video for track ‘Mess’.

They are currently signed to Fearless Records along with AS IT IS and Pierce The Veil.

They have UK shows planned for this December, so check them out while they’re hot!

Pop Punk’s Latest Cool Kids; “Boston Manor”

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Northern pop punkers Boston Manor have been causing quite a stir recently. Hailing from Blackpool in the UK, the lads are thrashing out some hook-laden pop punk but their northern twang provides a somewhat refreshing twist on often generic vocals.

The boys have recently had some well-received exposure supporting Moose Blood on their recent international tour. Currently signed to Pure Noise Records, these guys are causing waves in all the right places, and you only have to listen to their latest record ‘Lead Feet‘ to see why.

Their debut LP ‘Be Nothing‘ is now available and is well worth a listen. We fully expect these guys to be topping the festival line-ups and jumping your ear sockets a lot more in 2017.

More info on the latest tour dates and releases can be found HERE

Kevin Devine Releases New Track – “Instigator”

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Introspective lyrical pop legend Kevin Devine has release a new track ‘Instigator‘. Devine, who is currently on the same record label as Brand New is currently on tour (as Kevin Devine & The Goddamn Band).

Dates and info about the new single can be found at Procrastinate Music Traitors.

Taking Back Sunday Reveal New Track “You Can’t Look Back” – Plus All We Know About The New Album So Far

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It’s insane and brilliant from all angles to be on the brink of a seventh…we’ll just say that again….SEVENTH album from Taking Back Sunday. Although they’re not the only band of their generation to still be knocking about, they are by far one of the most relentless, interchangeable and progressive with their sound.

The last two releases ‘Happiness Is‘ (2014) and the self-titled ‘Taking Back Sunday‘ (2011) saw vast style differences and influences compared to their timeless early work and even to their third and forth albums. Not only this, they have had some band member switches along to way too. They seem to be unstoppable, and if previous history is anything to go by we can tell you for free that we are damn excited.

The new album ‘Tidal Wave‘ will drop on 16th September on Hopeless Records, and here’s what we know so far.

⚡   The title ‘Tidal Wave’ is taken from the previous single of the same name. Adam spoke to Entertainment Weekly back in June this year and stated,

“Even throughout each song on the record there are a lot of references to water, that’s why it seems like that title kept poking its neck out.”

You can read that interview over at EW

⚡   The album has a lot more American rock influences. In the same interview Lazzara explains how the new album is influenced a lot more by classic American rock, such as Tom Petty and Bryan Adams.

⚡   New track ‘Can’t Look Back‘ and it’s corresponding music video were released on 23rd August by Hopeless Records. Oh boy is it different!

It seems some people are not too keen on the more Americana-sounding vibe that runs through the new material. In all honesty, when we first heard it we thought it could be a Bon Jovi cover. The similarities to Don Henley’s ‘Boys of Summer’ are remarkable.

You can check out ‘Can’t Look Back’ below.

⚡   Tidal Wave can be pre-ordered in the UK from Banquet Records. The artwork is pretty interesting.

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⚡   TBS have a pretty decent tour planned following Tidal Wave’s release, which covers the US, plus a teenie tiny bit of Australia and NZ.

Sep 16th –  Metro Chicago, IL
Sep 17th – The Waiting Room Omaha, NE
Sep 18th – Madrid Theatre Kansas City, MO
Sep 20th – Varsity Theater Minneapolis, MN
Sep 21st – Turner Hall Ballroom Milwaukee, WI
Sep 22nd – Wooly’s Des Moines, IA
Sep 23rd – The Ready Room St Louis, MO
Sep 24th – Saint Andrew’s Hall Detroit, MI
Sep 25th – Chameleon Club Lancaster, PA
Sep 27th – The Agora Ballroom Cleveland, OH
Sep 28th – Trocadero Philadelphia, PA
Sep 29th – Irving Plaza New York, NY
Sep 30th – Irving Plaza New York, NY
Oct 1st – The Met Pawtucket, RI
Oct 2nd – Paradise Rock Club Boston, MA
Oct 4th – Revolution Music Hall Amityville, NY
Oct 5th – 9:30 Club Washington, DC
Oct 6th – Cat’s Cradle Carrboro, NC
Oct 7th – The Loft Atlanta, GA
Oct 8th – The Social Orlando, FL
Oct 9th – Culture Room Fort Lauderdale, FL
Oct 11th – Exit/In Nashville, TN
Oct 12th – HOB New Orleans, LA
Oct 13th – Numbers Houston, TX
Oct 14th – Mohawk Austin, TX
Oct 15th – Trees Dallas, TX
Oct 18th – Club Red Mesa, AZ
Oct 19th – The Observatory North Park San Diego, CA
Oct 20th – The Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CA
Oct 21st – The Observatory Santa Ana, CA
Oct 22nd – Rio Theatre Santa Cruz, CA
Oct 23rd – Slim’s San Francisco, CA
Dec 16th – Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Dec 17th – Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Mar 15th, 2017 – Powerstation Auckland, New Zealand
Mar 17th, 2017 – The Enmore Theatre Newtown, Australia
Mar 18th, 2017 – The Triffid Brisbane, Australia
Mar 19th, 2017 – 170 Russell Melbourne, Australia
Mar 22nd, 2017 – The Gov Adelaide, Australia
Mar 23rd, 2017 – Metro City Northbridge, Australia

Long live TBS.