There's new videos from A Lot Like Birds and Have Mercy—plus, PVRIS are playing a free show and Circa Survive are playing a show with AFI.

Here's the news you might have missed today.

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A Lot Like Birds have released a new music video.

It's for their new single, “The Sound Of Us,” which is culled from the band's forthcoming fourth, full-length album DIVISI.

DIVISI arrives May 5 via Equal Vision Records.

AFI are playing a show with Circa Survive.

The event will occur July 27 at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO. Tickets and VIP upgrades will be available Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

Catch up with Panic! At The Disco on the road with their newest tour Death Of A Bachelor tour recap.

Take a tour through Brendon Urie's vocal chords when the singer has a doctor visit.

Excited for COIN's new album? We are!

The new full length, How Will You Know If You Never Try, comes April 21.

In the meantime, enjoy the new track, “Feeling.”

Go behind-the-scenes of New Found Glory's forthcoming album, Makes Me Sick.

Makes Me Sick hits shelves April 28 via Hopeless Records.

Hail The Sun are heading out on tour with Capsize, Eidola and Limbs.

They also debuted a music video for “Doing The Same Thing And Expecting Different Results.”

TOUR DATES
Hail The Sun w/Capsize, Eidola and Limbs 
May 23 Fresno, CA @ Strummers 
May 24 Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock 
May 25 El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar & Grill 
May 26 Dallas, TX @ The Prophet Bar 
May 27 San Antonio, TX @ Jack’s Patio Bar & Grill 
May 28 Houston, TX @ Walter’s Downtown 
May 30 Tampa, FL @ Crowbar 
May 31 Orlando, FL @ Backbooth 
Jun 01 Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade – Purgatory 
Jun 02 Greensboro, NC @ Blind Tiger 
Jun 03 Richmond, VA @ The Canal Club 
Jun 04 Baltimore, MD @ The Ottobar 
Jun 06 Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground 
Jun 07 Cambridge, MA @ Middle East – Upstairs 
Jun 08 Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge 
Jun 09 New York, NY @ The Studio at Webster Hall 
Jun 10 Pittsburgh, PA @ Cattivo 
Jun 11 Columbus, OH @ Double Happiness 
Jun 13 Ferndale, MI @ The Loving Touch 
Jun 14 Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen 
Jun 15 St. Louis, MO @ Fubar 
Jun 16 Kansas City, MO @ Davey’s Uptown 
Jun 17 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater 
Jun 18 Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court 
Jun 20 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon 
Jun 21 Portland, OR @ Analog Theater 
Jun 22 Sacramento, CA @ Goldfield Trading Post 
Jun 23 Camarillo, CA @ Rock City Studios 
Jun 24 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

Wanna see PVRIS for free?

Well, if you live in Brooklyn, you're in luck.

The band have announced a free show in New York City to be held April 25 at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. It'll be put on by show brand Steve Madden.

Icon For Hire are heading out on tour with Assuming We Survive and October Sky.

“We're so excited to be taking the You Can't Kill Us tour all over the country with Assuming We Survive and October Sky,” singer Ariel says. “We've been pushing our live show to new heights and we can't wait to hang out with our fanbase—their passion is what makes touring so amazing.”

Dates:

5/3 — Kansas City — The Riot Room
5/4 — Denver — Larimer Lounge
5/5 — Colorado Springs — The Black Sheep
5/6 — Salt Lake City — Liquid Joes
5/9 — Seattle — Funhouse Lounge
5/10 — Portland — Dantes
5/11 — Sacramento — Goldfield Trading Post
5/12 — Anaheim — Chain Reaction
5/13 — San Diego — House of Blues — Voodoo Room
5/15 — Las Vegas — Beauty Bar
5/16 — Mesa, Az — Nile Basement
5/17 — Tucson — The Rock
5/18 — El Paso — Lowbrow Palace
5/19 — San Antonio — Fitzgeralds
5/20 — Dallas — House of Blues — Cambridge Room
5/21 — Houston — House of Blues — Bronze Peacock
5/23 — Baton Rouge — Spanish Moon
5/24 — Birmingham — The Syndicate Lounge
5/25 — Orlando — Backbooth
5/26 — Atlanta — Masquerade — Purgatory
6/8 — Indianapolis — Emerson Theater
6/9 — St Louis — The Duck Room — Blueberry Hill
6/10 — Decatur, Il — Macon County Fairgrounds
6/11 — Pontiac, Mi — Pike Room
6/13 — NYC — Studio — Webster
6/14 — Hamden, Ct — The Space
6/15 — Philadelphia — Voltage Lounge
6/16 — Cambridge, Ma — Out of the Blue
6/17 — Lancaster, Pa — The Chameleon
6/18 — Richmond, Va — Broadberry
6/20 — Pittsburgh — Cattivo
6/21 — Columbus, Oh — Skullys
6/22 — Chicago — Beat Kitchen
6/25 — Minneapolis — Triple Rock 

There's a new video for Have Mercy's newest single, “Good Christian Man.”

The new record, Make The Best Of It, is available April 21 via Hopeless Records.

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