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27 things you need to know that happened this week

December 11 2016, 2:25 PM EST By Caitlyn Ralph Maggie Dickman Jordan Toney Lindy Smith


A lot happens in our scene each week. In an attempt to capture what you might've missed, we gather up noteworthy moments and package them in one convenient post every weekend. Check out this week's roundup below!

Read more: 15 things you need to know that happened last week (11/27-12/4)

1. Ahead of the release of their debut album Eternity, In Your Arms, U.K.’s Creeper have unveiled a new track on Daniel P. Carter's BBC Radio 1 Rock Show. Listen to “Hiding With Boys” here (start listening at 8:00), look out for a new video on Dec. 12 and grab the album on March 24 via Roadrunner Records!

2. The new Joyce Manor video will make you want to be in a band. Watch “Eighteen”:

3. Indie pop artist Sheare revealed an eye-catching video for “Tired Of Always Running,” which was shot 1,350 different locations using stop motion over the course of 3 days. How cool? Watch:

4. As It Is shared an acoustic video for tracks from their forthcoming record, Okay., one of our most anticipated pop-punk albums of 2017. Listen and watch As It Is perform “Okay” and “Pretty Little Distance” solo:

5. Our Last Night teamed up with Andie Case for an awesome cover of “All We Know.” Check it out:

6. Spot someone familiar in this Funny Or Die skit? Yep—it’s Frank Iero. Watch:

7. Watch Ben Bruce take his daughter to her first Asking Alexandria show in an adorable clip from The Daddy Diaries.

Asking Alexandria’s Ben Bruce is giving us a little introspective look at what it’s like to be a new dad in his web series, “The Daddy Diaries.” Read more about his new online series here!

8. You Me At Six dropped a VEVO live session of their track “Give,” from their forthcoming album Night People. What do you think?

9. Get exclusive 7’ records on your doorstep with Polyvinyl Records’ monthly subscription.

For the third year, Polyvinyl records has teamed up with 12 artists and bands to create an exclusive subscription-based service.

For $120 (US) you’ll receive a 7” from artists such as Modern Baseball, Joyce Manor, Mothers and more—and every song is exclusive to this subscription. You’ll also receive some other cool goodies as well. Sign up here.

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