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Free Throw – “Hope Spot”

”Hope Spot” is a new track from Free Throw’s forthcoming Triple Crown Records debut, Bear Your Mind, out May 26

Revelry Gang – “Venom”

”Venom” is a track engineered, produced and mixed by Black Veil Brides’ Jake Pitts. It comes from Los Angeles-based metal band Revelry Gang

Night Argent – “Dreamcatcher”

Co-written by producer John Feldmann, “Dreamcatcher” is the newest track from Night Argent. The band’s sophomore EP, The Fear, will release July 14 and was written/produced by Chase Manhattan and co-written/produced in part by Feldmann.

Ashland – “No Trouble”

”No Trouble” is from Ashland’s forthcoming new album, Wildfire, out June 30 via InVogue Records.

wore – “Bleached”

Mixed and mastered by Citizen’s Mat Kerekes, Different Houses is the two-song cassette release from wore, a emo-punk band from Connecticut. It features “Bleached.”

Skies Collide – “Come Alive”

Skies Collide are a new group out of Australia. They just debuted their new single, “Come Alive.”

The Big Easy – “Lipstick Covered Beers”

The Front Bottoms’ Tom Warren produced the Big Easy’s new EP, No Good News, which drops May 19. “Lipstick Covered Beers” is the first single.

Astronautalis – “DVP”

MC Astronautalis gave a shout out to PUP this week, covering their track “DVP” at SideOneDummy’s offices.

OWEL – “Too Young To Fall In Love”

Equal Vision Records’ OWEL premiered a music video for their track “Too Young To Fall In Love” while on tour with labelmates A Lot Like Birds. “Too Young To Fall In Love” is taken from the band’s full-length dear me.

Least Of These – “Cadence”

Post-hardcore band Least Of These will released the Wolves EP on May 19. AP premiered the title track, and, now, here’s “Cadence.”