Great Stuff You Missed : June 2017 Round up


It’s not easy to keep track with music news especially when you make yourself a busy bunny, so we check it all out regularly and make a selective list of the new stuff that you could most likely be into. That’s the great stuff you missed!

Milk Teeth – Sign with Roadrunner / Release New Song

In case you missed it, this is a friendly reminder that Milk Teeth have taken one step further in their career and signed a record deal with Roadrunner. In this occasion, they also unveiled a new track called Owning Your Okayness, which you can listen to right here. One thing for sure, we’re excited to hear what’s coming next! Milk Teeth – ‘Be Nice’ (EP), out July 28, via Roadrunner Records.


Hands Like Houses join Hopeless Records and release Drift

Hands Like Houses have signed to Hopeless Records and UNFD. And with this new chapter, comes new music with this track Drift.
“DRIFT is about a momentary lapse in momentum, where everything is still long enough to question where you’re going, where you’ve been and how they are somehow supposed to connect in the middle.”


Trash Boat – Tring Quarry (music video)

Nice surprise from the british pop-punks with this new music video for their track Tring Quarry. This is also an opportunity for us to remind you that Trash Boat will be headlining a short european tour next fall!


The Plot In You – Feel Nothing

The Plot In You are back! They have just joined the Fearless Records family, and have dropped a beautiful music video for this dope track called Feel Nothing.


Sworn In – Dread All

Sworn In‘s new album ‘All Smiles’ is now out. Commenting the release, the band stated the following : “It hurt to write, it hurt to record, it hurts to listen to. and if it didn’t, it wouldn’t have been honest. This is a public auto-dissection.”
If you want to catch Sworn In live, the band will be on this year’s Never Say Die! tour, throughout the month of November.


Counterparts release first single off new album

Counterparts rarely disappoints and this new track Bouquet is a proof of that. We can not wait for their upcoming record “You’re Not You Anymore”, due for release on September 22nd. Pre orders are already available. Also, don’t forget to catch them on their headline tour through Europe in November, with Polar and Napoleon by their side.


First Blood – Rules of Conviction ft. Jesse Barnett (STYG)  and Kobayashi Hiroyuki (LTTG)

Hardcore band First Blood unveiled a new music video for Rules Of Convictions, taken from their latest record “Rules”, released through Pure Noise Records. This song features appearances from Jesse Barnett from Stick To Your Guns and Kobayashi Hiroyuki from Loyal To The Grave.


Canvas sign with Basick Records / Release new single

Canvas are back with a new song and great news! This is Hospital Beds and it sounds amazing.


Northlane Release cinematic music video for Solar

This one is several weeks old, but we had to share it. Solar embodies Northlane‘s current essence and showcases the work they put on shaping up the whole universe that revolves around their music, which is a topic we already covered when their recent album ‘Mesmer’ came out.  Watch the music video right here. Northlane – ‘Mesmer’, out now via UNFD.


Redwood release Night Garden Single / partner up with Women’s Aid

Indie/ emo band Redwood have released a single off their latest EP ‘Blood Moon’. Since Night Garden deals with domestic violence, it only seems fait for the band to partner with Women’s Aid. All profits from the release will be donated to the charity. You can also watch the music video that comes with the single just above. Redwood – ‘Blood Moon’, out now through Blindreader Records.


Stand Atlantic – Coffee At Midnight

Freshly signed with Rude Records, australian alternative pop-rock trio Stand Atlantic just put out a new single Coffee At Midnight, which should be featured in their upcoming EP, ‘Sidewinder’.
Commenting on the music video for the track, vocalist Bonnie Fraser explained : “We wanted to show a more abstract/non linear story in the video of two people’s relationship, something that most people can relate to. Our director Kieran Ellis-Jones was great to work with and really brought everything to life.” –
Stand Atlantic – ‘Sidewinder’, out on September 15th, 2017 via Rude Records.


Hacktivist announce new vocalist / Release new music

Shortly after parting ways with vocalist Ben Marvin, Hacktivist announced that Jot Maxi would join them and released their first track featuring him as a new vocalist. “2 Rotten is a strong enough platform for Jot to show the world what he’s all about.”, says guitarist and producer Timfy James. Check out 2 Rotten right here.


Turnover share new music

Here is Super Natural, Turnover‘s brand new song, taken from their upcoming full-length ‘Good Nature’. The record is set to be released on August 25th, 2017, through Run For Cover Records.
Turnover will be playing shows in Europe in September.


Holding Absence – Penance

Looking for something good to listen to? Have some Holding Absence. Penance is their most recent single.


Hellions release double single 24

Last but not least : Hellions have released a double single with consists in a reissue of their song 24, this time featuring guest vocals from You Me At Six’s Josh Franceschi, as well as a cover of Jesus Of Suburbia (by Green Day.) The latter seems like a smart and logical choice since Hellions have themselves released their own “rock opera” last year, in ‘Opera Oblivia’. Listen and enjoy both tracks right now!


…Also :

  • Trapped Under Ice have recently returned with two singles; Do It and No Relief. They’re available on all platforms and seriously got us hyped for the next steps.
  • Stepson have a new single out and it’s slightly different from what they showcased recently. Either way, it’s pleasing and if you’re into melodic hardcore, this might please your ears : Come With Me.
  • Both Tahoe and Sibling have new EPs out. They’re available everywhere since Friday and both are worth a listen (actually several)
  • Legends in Misery Signals have released a documentary called Yesterday Was Everything. They share here an inside look of the band and their quest to reconcile with their tumultuous past, long after they broke up. The film also explores various subjects on a larger scale such as the ups and downs of being involved in a touring life. This is definitely a great watch that you all should take time to check out.


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