Here are things you may have missed this week in music…
- New Found Glory released the music video for “Barbed Wire.”
- Hands Like Houses released a new song and music video for “Monster” which will be on the group’s upcoming album Anon. set to release Oct. 12, 2018 via. Hopeless Records.
- All Time Low released the music video for “Birthday.”
- Thrice released “Only Us” via. Epitaph Records. The song will be on the upcoming album Palms set to release Sept. 14, 2018.
- The 1975 released a new song “TooTimeTooTimeTooTime.”
- Joyce Manor released “Think I’m Still In Love With You” that will be on the group’s upcoming album Million Dollars To Kill Me set to release Sept. 21 via. Epitaph Records.
- Real Friends announced who is accompanying the pop punk quintet on the “Fall In The USA 2018” tour. Supporting Real Friends will be Boston Manor, Grayscale, and Eat Your Heart Out. For tickets and tour information click here.
- All Get Out announced a tour across the United States with Homesafe, Household, and Sunsleeper. For tickets and tour information click here.
- Vinyl Theater announced that its third album Starcruiser will be made public on Aug. 31, 2018 via. Fueled By Ramen.
- Bayside announced Acoustc Volume 2 set to release Sept. 28, 2018 via Hopeless Records. In addition, Bayside released the music video for “It Don’t Exist.”
- MewithoutYou announced Untilted EP set to release Oct. 5, 2018. Accompanying the announcement is a new single “Julia (or, ‘Holy to the LORD’ on the Bells of Horses)” and a tour! For more information visit www.mewithoutyou.com.
- PVMNTS released a new EP Better Days.
- Death Cab For Cutie released Thank You For Today.
- Say Anything released a “Goodbye Summation” post on social media.
- Happy 3rd birthday to Neck Deep’s album Life’s Not Out To Get You.
Rock on, stay humble, and be positive!