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Broken Bellows shared a new lyric video—plus, don’t miss If Only, If Only’s new song “The Things That You Love.” Check out the news you might have missed today below!

1. Kelsy Karter drops “Catch Me If You Can” video


Alt-rock singer Kelsy Karter unleashed her “Catch Me If You Can” video. Karter directed the video, which gives life to a track released earlier this month.



2. If Only, If Only unleash new single, “The Things That You Love”


Michigan’s If Only, If Only (formerly Backpacks) dropped their new single, “The Things That You Love.” The band are hitting the road with Early Humans later this month. You can pick up tickets here.

Dates:
12/27 – Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
12/28 – South/Central, IL @ The Firebird
12/29 – Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
12/30 – Louisville, KY @ Spinelli’s Downtown
12/31 – Nashville, TN @ The Beehive
01/01 – Tuscumbia, AL @ The Shed
01/02 – Charlotte, NC @ Skylark Social Club
01/04 – TBA, 1/5 – Beaver Falls, PA @ house show
01/06 – Columbus, OH @ Donatos

3. Broken Bellows release lyric video for “Lemonade”


Indie-pop duo Broken Bellows (formerly members of pop-punk band Reckless Serenade) dropped their debut full-length I, Kaleidoscope in July via Fervor Records. Now, they’re dropping a new lyric video for “Lemonade,” which is taken from the record and appeared in Amazon Prime’s Just Add Magic.

4. Bad Luck announce spring tour dates


Last month, Bad Luck announced they signed to Take This To Heart Records and will be releasing new music in 2019. Now, the band are revealing a handful of spring dates. Check out the list below and the ticket links in the tweet above.

Dates:
03/28 – Somerville, MA @ Once
03/29 – Albany, NY @ Low Beat
03/30 – Brooklyn, NY @ Knitting Factory
03/31 – Philadelphia, PA @ Creep Records

5. Color Killer cover Christmas song with the Mighty Mighty Bosstones’ Dicky Barrett


Color Killer, the youngest band ever to play Warped Tour, just dropped their take on a Christmas classic, “Nuttin’ For Christmas,” featuring the Mighty Mighty Bosstones’ Dicky Barrett. Color Killer will open for the Bosstones at House Of Blues Boston Dec. 30, the thid night of their HomeTown ThrowDown 21. Tickets are on sale now.