This is our first recorded song, and it's melodic, catchy, bratty, and a bit aggressive. Jon Phillip on vocals/guitar/drums (Limbeck, Ben Weasel, Tommy Stinson) with Scott Schoenbeck on bass (Dashboard Confessional, Promise Ring).
This is our homemade video for our song 'The Girl Worth Getting Out Of Bed For' which is out this week.
In the video, our drummer Jonny plays a lonely astronaut in deep space looking for love on a dating app. Will his love survive the soul-crushing emptiness of space?
Hey everyone! We are Blueroom, a Philadelphia based indie rock band taking influences from film scores, post rock, and alternative rock to create our own dreamy blend of sounds. "Intertidal" is the single from our debut album "Laurentide" and does a great job encapsulating our sound!
The Dose release new single ‘Saline,’ the third track and video of their full-length debut album. Track produced by Keith Nelson (Buckcherry) and mixed by Joe Barresi (Tool, QOTSA). Band recently added to Good Charlotte tour.
We're a punk rock band from London. We just released our first single last month and this will be our second. We have an EP coming out in May. Musically we're pretty energetic with elements of pop-punk, rock, and indie. Lyrically we're more along the lines of 'orgcore' bands with hints of emo.
We're a new Glasgow based band with influences in emo, alternative and hardcore artists. We currently have 2 singles out - 'Your Best Possible Life' and our latest single 'Healthy/Happy' which are both going to be on our debut album 'Until Life Gives Us Colour' out next month.
Mod Hippie is an L.A. garage pop collective fronted by singer/songwriter Doug McGuire and backed by three generations of L.A. pop tradition, including alumni from The Beach Boys, X and the Standells. Their third album, WANNABE NOBODY, comes out on October 5th and is available for pre-order now.
Hi there, we're Irish intersectional feminist post-punk band M(h)aol.
We've just released our new single 'Laundries', our first release after a five year hiatus.
'Laundries' recounts Ireland’s history of Magdalene Laundries, the oppressive institutionalisation of women and girls.