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: 20 things you need to know that happened last week (7/17-7/24)

1. Max Bemis of Say Anything and Chris Conley of Saves The Day will be embarking on the first ever Two Tongues Tour in anticipation for their new album, which is scheduled for this fall. Dates and a clip of a new song:

Two Tongues w/Say Anything and Saves The Day, and Backwards Dancer
Nov 01 Houston, TX @ Studio at Warehouse Live
Nov 03 Orlando, FL @ The Social
Nov 04 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
Nov 05 Nashville, TN @ Mercy Lounge
Nov 06 Durham, NC @ Motorco
Nov 08 Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
Nov 09 Brooklyn, NY @ The Bell House
Nov 10 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
Nov 11 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
Nov 12 New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge
Nov 14 Cleveland Heights, OH @ Grog Shop
Nov 15 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew's Hall
Nov 16 Chicago, IL @ The Bottom Lounge
Nov 18 Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck
Nov 19 Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall
Nov 20 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court
Nov 22 Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Nov 23 Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall
Nov 25 San Francisco, CA @ Slim's
Nov 26 Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory
Nov 27 West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour
Nov 29 San Diego, CA @ The Irenic
Nov 30 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
Dec 02 Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Live!
Dec 03 Austin, TX @ The Mohawk

2. Icon For Hire dropped a new music video for their track “Supposed To Be.”

Here’s what frontwoman Ariel Bloomer had to say to AP: “‘Supposed To Be’ was inspired by one of our listeners, who told us she didn’t know who she was without her depression. We wrote this song for her and everyone else who feels that way—and it’s become an anthem for our fans. The video features letters written by our fanbase, and we’re so excited to be bringing this song to life!”

Watch “Supposed To Be” here:

3. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look of Sum 41’s awesome music video for “Fake My Own Death”:

4. Tom Delonge will be featured on Ernie Ball’s Pursuit of Tone docuseries on AT&T Audience Network. Delonge talks about his early music experiences, Blink-182 and Angels & Airwaves and his current projects. The episode airs at 8 p.m. ET on Aug. 19. Watch a trailer here:

5. Ash Costello’s clothing brand is now being sold in Hot Topic stores. Check out her awesome post about the news and grab the line here. Congrats, Ash!


My clothing line @batroyalty is NOW IN @HOTTOPIC STORES!!! I'm so excited that now you guys can try them on and see them in person! There's a ton of new items including the new and improved Be Afraid shirt, leggings, sweaters, dresses, tops and more! Just find the Bat Royalty/Ash Costello sign! This line is exclusively for hot topic so the only place to find it is in hot topic stores or hot topics website. On a personal note you guys….. I started shopping at hot topic when I was 13, and back then it was basically the ONLY place for alternative clothing. I always dreamed of having my own clothing line, even at 12 I was making my own clothes for school. I never thought that dream would become what it has! I know it seems cliche' to say, but truly work hard and never give up and never let anyone tell you that you can't do something if you know in your heart it's what you're meant to do. Thank you to everyone who has been supportive in this adventure! Thank you to @ironfistclothing #ironfirstclothing for believing in me. @the_speirs and @englishvoodoo20 for being two amazing dudes!

A photo posted by Ash Costello (@ashcostello) on

6. Third Eye Blind released pro-Black Lives Matter song from forthcoming EP We Are Drugs after crashing the Republican National Convention (read frontman Stephan Jenkins’ interview about the track with Fuse Digital’s Jason Lipshutz here). Listen to “Cop Vs. Phone Girl”:

7. Matty Healy of the 1975 tweeted about his love of Joyce Manor:

8. Saosin’s Anthony Green premiered a new song from his forthcoming solo album Pixie Queen. Listen to “From What I Understand”:

9. Mayday Parade released Three Cheers For Ten Years documentary, pulling inspiration from their first EP Tales Told By Dead Friends, which features the track “Three Cheers For Five Years.” (They’re also embarking on a ten year tour for the EP!) Watch as the band chronicle their decade-long history:

10. Happy 10th birthday to All Time Low’s Put Up Or Shut Up!