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Bearings – “Where You Are”

This dynamic pop-punk single makes us super excited to see what else Bearings have in store for their debut album. Blue In The Dark will be available everywhere Oct. 12 via Pure Noise Records. You can catch the band out on tour this fall, and we highly suggest you get tickets quick.

Kings Of Spade – “Bottoms Up”

Insane guitar riffs and head-banging vocals is what can be found in this song. “Bottoms Up” is Kings Of Spade’s second single off their record coming out in October. You can catch them on tour in the fall, and tickets are available here.

Bud Bronson & The Good Timers – “Back to the Womb”

 

This song will send you into a time warp with their nostalgic classic-rock sound. Bud Bronson & The Good Timers have been creating anthems like this since 2012 and are proud to announce their new record Between The Outfield And Outer Space will be available Oct. 12.

Jagwar Twin – “Loser”

“Loser” is a big winner for Jagwar Twin and his fans. Synth pop has never sounded better, and Roy English, the man behind the sound, is trying to hit us all right in the feels. You can find this song on his debut record Subject To Flooding, out Sept. 21.

FINNEAS – “College”

FINNEAS shares a young heartbreak in this melancholy tune mixed with peppy bits. This unique mix will pull at your heartstrings a little…or a lot. You can catch FINNEAS playing onstage with his sister Billie Eilish on her world tour.

Juiceboxxx – “Ripping Up My Soul”

Juiceboxxx delivers your not-so-typical punk-garage band sound. He uniquely channels ’90s grunge with upbeat guitar riffs making the song reminiscent of the Strokes. This is dissimilar to what Juiceboxxx has released in the earlier years, which focused on more of a rap sound. His EP Never Surrender Forever is out Sept. 14, and you can check out his tour dates here.

Arlie – “water damage”

For those of you ready for a relaxing, mellow weekend, this song will set the mood. Arlie paint a scene with laid-back pop melodies. You can chill out and take a drive with the band Sept. 19 when they release their debut EP Wait.

Jacky Vincent – “Nowhere To Look But Inside”

Former Falling In Reverse member Jacky Vincent is a literal guitar hero. With no words at all, he communicates a wide range of emotions in his instrumental riffs. With two singles out and an album on the way in September, Vincent will hit the road in the fall.

Capsize – “Fragile”

Hardcore quartet Capsize just released their brand-new single “Fragile,” and it is the perfect anthem for all your angst. If you like dancing to this jam, consider checking the band out on tour. They will be joining War Of Ages and Ghost Key on The Warpath Tour.

I Hate Heroes – “Silver Lining”

We love these heroes with their perfect blend of heavy bass and drums with pop-punk vocals. I Hate Heroes recently released their debut album Save Yourself, which is available for streaming now.

Castlecomer – “Leaving”

Australian indie-rock band Castlecomer are exactly what your indie heart desires. With slow melodies and enchanting vocals, you may honestly want to wear a flower crown for a long time. They will release a self-titled debut album Oct. 5, which is available for preorder here and they will be supporting Big Data on the Alt Nation tour this fall.