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Andy Black and Juliet Simms Release Music Video for “When We Were Young” Cover

Shortly after the release of the 7th volume of Fearless Records‘ Punk Goes Pop series, featured artists Andy Black and Juliet Simms have released a music video for their cover of Adele’s “When We Were Young.” Please follow and like us:

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Tegan and Sara Announce 10 Year Anniversary Tour for ‘The Con’

10 years after the release of their 5th studio album The Con, Tegan and Sara will be celebrating the journey they’ve embarked on since through “The Con X: Tour.” The duo will perform the record acoustically in its entirety, as well as incorporating other fan favorites into the sets.    Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: The Front Bottom’s New Single “Get Numb”

After a year of touring the world and playing festivals, New Jersey natives The Front Bottoms are back with a new single “Get Numb.” The single was released in support of the immigrant-support group Make The Road New Jersey. Please follow and like us:

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Have Mercy and Chase Huglin Announce String of Headlining Shows

Fans of acoustic indie-rock will hear some of the best in the genre this summer when Have Mercy and Chase Huglin join together for a quick run across the East Coast on tour. Rather than featuring a full backing band, Have Mercy vocalist Brian Swindle will perform solo and acoustic. Please follow and like us:

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LISTEN: Candy Hearts Changes Name to Best Ex and Release New Single “Girlfriend”

Pop punk outlet Candy Hearts are headed in a new direction, changing their name to Best Ex and releasing a track titled “Girlfriend.” After touring under the moniker Candy Hearts since 2009, lead vocalist and songwriter Mariel Loveland decided to revamp her brand, telling her fans “Best Ex is taking everything that Candy Hearts is — everything that I am — and giving it a breakup makeover.” Please follow and like us:

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STREAM: This Wild Life, “Heart-Shaped Box (Nirvana Cover)”

This Wild Life are not known for any grunge tunes, but they certainly draw influence from the genre. The acoustic duo unveiled a new cover of one of its biggest hits. TWL took Nirvana‘s classic “Heart-Shaped Box” and arranged a stripped rendition. Its softer, more delicate instrumentals make the already honest and raw song even more so. Check it out after the jump! For more This Wild Life, you can buy a CD here! Please follow and like us:

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WATCH: Shane Henry “Save Me” Music Video

Small town Oklahoma had no idea what they had in store when singer-songwriter Shane Henry began writing music. Henrey just released a music video for his song “Save Me” which is featured on his upcoming album Light In The Dark. Shot deep in the desert, among the Wichita Mountains, the song tells the story of a long spiritual battle full of loneliness and desperation. Blues and rock are becoming more common together; and, thankfully Henry and his band do it well. With their classic blues riffs and solos, they show how…

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STREAM: Maggie McClure “Coming Home”

Americana pop artist Maggie McClure released a new song titled “Coming Home.” The song tells a beautiful and nostalgic story about returning to the place you’re from. The song was written in half an hour, while McClure was visiting her hometown in Oklahoma after being gone for a while. “It was most definitely a scenario of a stream of consciousness writing,” she said. The song features driving drum beats and catchy vocals layered over hand-claps and melodic guitar rhythms. The resulting piece is a happy and upbeat song that we can all relate to. “Coming…

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WATCH: Danny Worsnop, “High”

Danny Worsnop may be busy tearing across stages with his Asking Alexandria bandmates, but he also recently released a solo album despite his busy schedule, titled The Long Road Home.  The first single “Mexico” already received the music video treatment. Now, another cut from the album, “High,” has as well. It is a somber clip that illustrates the song’s theme – having it all and losing it – very well. Check it out after the jump! For more Danny Worsnop, you can purchase a concert ticket here or buy a CD…

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