With everything that has been happening in the music scene this week, from shocking (and some not so shocking) allegations about sexual misconduct and sexual assault people have faced from members of established bands to the announcement that had everyone shaking in their Vans — the end of Warped Tour, it has been an intense week to say the least.
In the midst of all this online chatter, we bring to you a break in these dreary dark clouds — new music from some of your favorite and soon to be favorite bands. This week has already seen emotional releases from Movements new video for “Daylily,” Paramore’s cathartic video for “Fake Happy,”and Real Friends new bopper of a track “Get By.”
Alas, there were a few releases that might have flown under your radar. No worries though because we have rounded up a few of our faves just for you! Check them out below.
Eat Your Heart out ft. Patrick Miranda – “Conscience”: Eat Your Heart Out have a fantastic new single featuring Patrick Miranda of Movements. The song is off of their eagerly awaited EP Mind Games out Dec. 1 on Fearless Records.
Gleemer – “Come Down”: Colorado band Gleemer, who make shoegazy emo dream-pop music that speaks to your soul (to say the least), have a new and very fantastic record out today on Other People Records. Check out their new video for “Come Down” off of their new album Anyways and make sure to give it a listen.
Heavy Hearts – “Easy Mark”: Heavy Hearts released their latest EP On A Chain last week and premiered this week the official video for “Easy Mark,” If you haven’t listened to Heavy Hearts yet, make sure you do because these Canadian dudes are going to be everywhere in the next couple of years.
Speak Low If You Speak Love – “Enough”: Ryan Scott Graham, bassist for State Champ, has a new song under his electro/indie project Speak Low If You Speak Love and it’s divine. The song is from his upcoming second album Nearsighted, which is set to be released on the 19th January 2018 via Pure Noise Records.
Teenage Wrist – “Swallow”: Nothing I love more than seeing deserving artist get signed to fantastic labels. This was the recent case for LA rockers Teenage Wrist who just signed to Epitaph Records and released not one but two singles! Listen to “Swallow” and remember their name because this trio is going to be huge.
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