Another week has come and gone, and we are officially 31 days out before the end of 2017! Can you believe that? While everyone shifting their focus to “best albums of 2017” and “best songs of the year,” there are still plenty of bands releasing phenomenal music throughout the rest of the month. This week has #blessed us with new music from Tiny Moving Parts, Good Tiger and Glassjaw (!!!). Not to mention, we are due for lots of other great releases to keep us jamming well into 2018.

Check out this week’s roundup below!


Tiny Moving Parts -“Caution”: We have a new song and video from Tiny Moving Parts along with a new tour in 2018 with Mom Jeans. and Oso Oso. Listen to their new single below and stay tuned for new tunes from the band in the new year.

Eat Your Heart Out – Mind Games EP: The Aussie band has had an exciting year, and to top it all off, we finally get to listen to their new EP Mind Games. Make sure to give their killer EP a listen below!

High Wire – “That Was Then, This is Now”: If you’re a fan of Real Friends, Blink 182 or just recognize awesome bands who are bound for greatness, well you’re in luck because here I present to you — High Wire. The Chicago pop-punk band released their EP Different Places earlier this year and have a fresh new video out. Watch it below!

Too Close To Touch – “Before I Cave In”: We alerted you about the new Too Close To Touch earlier this week, but have you seen the video, though? The band was able to bring the self-deprecating humor to a song that is very emotionally dark and deep. Make sure you watch it below!

Camp Cope – “The Opener”: Another Aussie band makes today’s roundup! Camp Cope shared a new single for their upcoming second LP How To Socialise & Make Friends, out March 2nd on Poison Records/Run for Cover. The song details the hogwash nonsense female-fronted bands have to go through in the male-dominated music industry. Give it a really good listen.

Glassjaw – Material Control LP: It is Glassjaw. They paved the way for all of the post-hardcore bands of today. Material Control marks their first album in 15 years, and it is heavy, apocalyptic and just what we need to hear in these trying of times.

 

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