The Pickup

Bands and new music for fans of no-doubt

Take It

by IOTA

Written alongside Idles' Lee Kiernan 'Take It', the new single from Bristol-based five-piece IOTA, is bursting with distorted riffs, violently pounding snares, strutting bass lines and Robinson’s raw and gritty vocals, all of which erupt together into rapturous choruses.

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Give Me Time

by Stud Count

“Give Me Time” is outright catchy with its classic, infectious, and aggressive post-punk vibe. It's a first look at their upcoming self-titled debut album coming out July 22nd via Smartpunk Records!

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Why (You In a Ska Band)

by Voluntary Hazing

We're Voluntary Hazing, a slightly chaotic band of 12 college marching band geeks that decided to play some rock music with our horns. This song is both a self-deprecating evaluation and a love letter to ska -- check it out and crank it up for any ska naysayers in your life.

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Lucky 7

by Jane N' The Jungle

“Lucky 7” was written about a night the band had while playing a show in Las Vegas and hanging out at Longhorn Casino in East Vegas. It’s a free-spirited song that captures one of the band’s favorite memories.”

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Hands Off Gretel

The Yorkshire grunge pop four-piece have released a video for their new single "S.A.S.S". The video was directed by band leader and vocalist Lauren Tate, who says: "S.A.S.S is a big 'F You' to all those that have doubted you."

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Cusses

This is the first single from Cusses sophomore album, "Golden Rat". It premiered over at Revolver Magazine, who called it "a study in what the band does best: balance darkness, light and sludgy guitar riffs."

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VNDTA

VNDTA unleash an appealing blend of stout riffs, gut wrenching vocals, and unbridled passion. By taking in a glut of influences from Thy Art is Murder, through to No Doubt, VNDTA have crafted a sound that is both unique and potent. The band released their explosive new EP, Pale Glow In April.

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