Splits have been around for decades and we all know that they're a great way of finding new music and for bands and labels to exercise their comradery. Today we have something slightly different from what we're used to; a three-way split between Shirts Vs. Skins, Sunning (Either/Or Records), and Cut The Brakes. Engineered by Tom Kelly of Broadcaster, Sunning and CTB's songs lean towards the punk/emo end of the spectrum, while SVS play a female-fronted pop punk/indie sound. It's also worth noting that SVS is currently running an Indiegogo page to record their upcoming full-length. Cassette copies of the split can be expected soon via I Regret Nothing Records! Click the Read More… link to stream the split.
Shirts Vs. Skins
Cut The Brakes
Since releasing Honesty Is A Dying Breed two years ago, Life On The Sideline has remained active on the road and is now ready to unveil its upcoming EP, Never Settle. To kick things off, we're premiering the music video for the band's new single, "Echo", which tells the sad story of a young girl reminiscing times spent with her deceased partner. While not a pop punk song per se, it's as catchy as one with an infectious chorus that you'll inevitably get stuck in your head. The band's sound could be compared to that of Transit's and The Early November's. Fans can pre-order the EP on iTunes and CD here, before it's released on June 7th. […]