Since 2010, Barrington, NJ's Count To Four has been constantly growing with their light-hearted and well-rounded brand of pop punk. A week from today, the band will be releasing its debut full-length, titled Between Two Cities, which was recorded at 37 Studios in Detroit, MI with Matt Dalton (Chiodos, I See Stars, For The Fallen Dreams). Physical and digital pre-orders can be found here. In anticipation of the release, we're happy to be premiering the band's music video for a brand-new single called "Lavender Town". Check it out and make sure to support the band. Click the Read More… link to watch the video.
We recently made some new friends in Boston's Rebuilder, and we'd like for you to get to know the band and its new album, Rock & Roll In America, a little better. The record is a high-spirited, heartfelt, no-bullshit punk rock effort that will speak to a lot of people. Check it out and our conversation with guitarist/vocalist Craig Stanton below, and if you're interested, grab a […]
Chicago's Sleep On It is still relatively new to the scene, but the band is already on the verge of dropping its sophomore EP, titled Safe Again, which was recorded with Paul Leavitt (This Time Next Year, Have Mercy). The six-song effort is a talented manifestation of today's pop punk/indie styles, which will hopefully propel the band into the next level. Before it's officially […]
Since pairing up with Take This To Heart Records, No Tide has been steadily unveiling new material and demonstrating consistent improvements. Next up, the Lincoln, NB trio will be releasing its new LP, Death Of The Sun, on June 30th, which can be pre-ordered here. Produced by Jay Maas (Defeater, Transit, Polar Bear Club), the songs build on the Daydream EP's […]
If Firestarter called it a day, they'd do so knowing that they've crossed off most things that an independent pop punk band would aspire to accomplish, but the Albany, NY quartet still shows no signs of slowing down. On June 23rd, they'll be dropping their fifth release, titled A Life Inconsistent, which was recorded by Jay Maas (Seaway, State Champs, Counterparts) […]
Upstate, NY's Cross Check is returning with its second effort, titled Adversity, on May 5th--and better than ever. It's common for young bands to find success in taking on a sound that's similar to whoever's big at the time, but Cross Check has taken a slightly different path, sounding more like they'd fit in the early 2000s scene. We've got the first taste of the upcoming EP […]