Watch new music videos from the Relationship, Eighteen Visions, Rings Of Saturn and the White Noise—plus win a chance to meet Neck Deep on Warped Tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!
1. Keep A Breast Foundation has teamed up with Neck Deep for a VIP Warped Tour Experience, where one lucky fan and a friend will be flown out to Vegas to enjoy a day with the band and more!
The winner will get breakfast with Neck Deep, Vans Warped Tour Backstage Access for two, Fil Thorpe-Evans' Personal Ernie Ball Bass Guitar (signed by the band), and Neck Deep & Keep A Breast swag bag.
To enter, fans are to text 'NeckDeep' to 41444 to donate $10 in support of Keep A Breast and be entered to win the ultimate VIP fan experience. With every $10 donation, fans are entitled to one entry, and the contest ends next Monday, June 5.
2. The Relationship, featuring Weezer member Brian Bell, have released a music video for their single “Break Me Open.” Give it a watch below!
The track is the lead single off their second studio album, Clara Obscura, released via Rebel Union.
3. The Obsessives released an Audiotree live session. Give it a watch below!
The Obsessives released their self-titled album March 17.
4. Eighteen Visions released a music video for their track “Live Again.” Give it a watch below!
The song is taken off their new album, XVIII, which dropped today, June 2.
5. Rings Of Saturn have announced the release date of their new album and released a music video for their new song, “Inadequate.” Give it a watch below!
Their new album, Ultu Ulla, is set to be released July 28 via Nuclear Blast.
6. Picturesque released a cover of “Becoming Closer to Closure” by Of Machines. Give their rendition a watch below!
7. The White Noise have premiered the second single, titled “The Best Songs Are Dead,” from their full-length debut album AM/PM. Give it a listen below!
AM/PM is set to be released June 23, and digital and physical pre-orders are available now.
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