Constant hardcore punk underdogs Three Day Millionaires lift a weight off their shoulders on ‘The Snub’.
Birmingham quintet Victory Lane grow out of the confines of pop-punk as they return with ‘Can’t Let You Back In’.
Dripping with reverse reverbs, delays, and vintage Mellotron flutes, The Blonde Tongues embrace a psychedelic dream-punk sound on ‘Rain Check.’ Take an exclusive first listen right here!
Meet Oklahoma “Boy Band” Goodfella. The Tahlequah based quartet recently inked a deal with the fast-rising Penultimate Records and are set to release their new EP, ‘We’re All Attached To Something’, this Friday. However, you can hear it in full right here!
Before they head to the UK this week, Austrian melodic-punks Astpai visited some vegan-friendly food spots in Berlin to test out the band’s very own ‘True Capacity’ Hot Sauce.
Hertfordshire indie-punks Brutalligators pay tribute to Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison with a cover of longtime fan-favourite My Backwards Walk.
In their new video for ‘My Dad’s Blue Motion’, Durham indie-pop trio T-Shirt Weather try to show off their karaoke skills.
Brooklyn’s Good Looking Friends and Stay Inside get together to collaborate on ‘Balancing Acts’. Hear it here first.
Hailing from Austin, Texas, meet feisty pop-punk upstarts Gold Steps. In less than 18 months, the quintet hasn’t wasted any time getting down to business. Debut EP, ‘Louder Than Words’, laid down a marker with its pulsating mix of heavy pop-punk and soaring hooks courtesy of Liz Mauritz. While appearances
Ask any band to describe themselves and more often than not, you’ll get an answer that is hard to pin down. Akron, Ohio quartet Curtail are no different. Bassist Dan Corby describes their debut album, ‘All Your Luck’, as “modernized ’90s alternative” and he’s not far off from being accurate.
The name Arms & Hearts will be a familiar one to longtime Already Heard readers. In recent years, Steve Millar has been performing his brand of impassioned folk punk up and down the UK. Today, Millar releases his new EP, ‘Wires Crossed’ through Real Ghost Records. For the Manchester-based singer-songwriter,
Although New Jersey natives Your Persona has existed for the best part of 10 years, it’s not been an easy ride for them. Formed in late 2008, the quartet has faced more struggles than successes in the past decade. Most notably, frontman Matt Campione being diagnosed with cancer, which put
On paper, progressive rockers Dream the Electric Sleep formed in 2009 yet the Kentucky trio’s origins begin in the year before. Matt Page and Joey Waters had spent several years playing together with little to no success. Nevertheless, in 2008 they decided to write and record an album together. With
Fight For Friday’s second EP, ‘Someone You Could Trust’, captures the band’s personal growth while maintaining the pop-punk sound that has been a longtime influence. The end result is introspective and energetic with its five songs covering a range of topics; false apologies, standing up to negative people and mental health awareness.
We’re premiering the new compilation from UK punk rock label Real Ghost Records.
We also find out how the label started and what they have planned for the future.