Photo Courtesy of Mitchell Wojick UK pop-punk band, Basement, have shared a new song from their forthcoming record, Beside Myself, which is due out October 12th via Fueled By Ramen. The song, titled “Be Here Now”, premiered yesterday on Billboard.com and vocalist Andrew Fisher elaborated on the meaning behind the track explaining, “’Be Continue Reading
Panic! At The Disco has released their new music video for “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time,” which you can watch below.
Young The Giant has just released “Something To Believe In,” which is the first single off of their upcoming album Home of The Strange which will be released via Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic on August 12th. Be sure to listen to it below.
twenty one pilots has released a new live music video for “House Of Gold” which you can watch below. The band has also announced their stops for the spring tour and will be releasing all the details on February 3rd via their website.
Panic! At The Disco has released a new music video for their song “Miss Jackson (feat. Lolo)” which you can watch below.
Fueled By Ramen’s Fun. has released a new music video for their song “Why Am I The One”. You can check out the music video below.
A Rocket To The Moon’s new album Wild & Free will be released on March 26th. Pre-orders are already available here. You can also check out their song “Ever Enough” below.
Fueled By Ramen’s Twenty One Pilots is now streaming their latest album here. Their debut album Vessel will be out on January 8th.
Cobra Starship recently did an interview with Truth’s Piddy Cat which they described as the “weirdest interview we’ve ever done”. Check it out below.
VersaEmerge has released their new track “Burn” which is set to be off of their 2013 Fueled by Ramen release Another Atmosphere. You can listen it below. What do you think about the song and the new direction of the band?
A Rocket To The Moon has released their new EP That Old Feeling. You can download it on iTunes here. You can also listen to one of the songs here.
Seattle, WA’s This Providence have self-release a new single “Trouble” tomorrow along with a new EP titled Brier on May 1. Purevolume.com is now streaming the single. The Brier EP marks This Providence ’s first effort since 2009’s Who Are You Now, and since parting ways with their former label, Continue Reading