The Pickup

Bands and new music for fans of the-dangerous-summer

Back Home

by Back On Earth

"Back Home" is one of the tracks off the EP "Brand New Day" released last November, and follows the latest single of the same name, a duet with Telltale, which had previous support from Spotify's All New Rock and Frog 'n' Roll editorial playlists.

For fans of

Wouldn't It Be Nice

by Manic Year

We're three long-lost friends who reunited last summer to make cathartic music. When the pandemic hit, we switched to recording remotely. Our latest track is an irony-tinged cover of a Beach Boys classic. As long as there's an Internet, we plan to inject it with colorful punk songs.

For fans of

Heroes

by Back On Earth

Embark On an emo revival of the early 2000s with "Heroes", the new track from Back On Earth. The introspective lyrics contribute to the atmosphere delivered by the music: a gloomy feeling far from being unpleasant.

For fans of

Save Me

by Back On Earth

Hello Punktastic, I've been following you guys from across the pond for quite some time now. I'm in a band called Back On Earth and we just released a music video for our song 'Save Me' producd by Bert from Chunk! No Captain Chunk! a few days ago! It has some catchy chorus, we hope you like it!

For fans of

Penelope Tree

We're Penelope Tree and we like to think of ourselves as Pop-Punk with feels. We're just writing songs that hopefully people can relate to in order to vent our own frustrations.

For fans of

Zach Frost

Hey hey! I'm Zach Frost and I am an indie-punk solo artist from Columbus, Ohio. I spent most of my life playing drums in various punk sub-genre bands and recently made the foray into writing and releasing my own music. This song is called "Rock Bottom" and is about the worst year of my life.

For fans of

Summerteeth

We're pop-punk band Summerteeth from Toronto. Our song 'Stay Warm' amplifies their original Jimmy Eat World, Weezer influences with a strong dose of contemporaries Turnover & Moose Blood, creating a sound that takes a classic emo driven approach, with one foot placed directly in a pop foundation.

For fans of

Crashes

We are Crashes from Glasgow! We combine pop sensibilities with emotional heft; angular, heavy breakdowns juxtapose with dreamy guitar lines to achieve a wide and unique result. Our EP 'The Lightning Age' is out now via Apple Music, Spotify, etc.

For fans of

Hey Gigantic

Alternative Rock band from London/Essex inspired by At The Drive In, Bloc Party, Biffy Clyro and American Football, and all the good indie rock, punk rock and hardcore of the early 2000's.

For fans of