Hear new music from Cam Boucher and Arcadea—plus, don’t miss music videos from Death From Above, the Dukes and Trash Boat. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Sorority Noise and Old Gray’s Cam Boucher announced his solo release, Hell Is Warm, available now.

It’s available digitally and via casette, meant to be heard as one continuous 14-minute song.

Dates (w/ Remo Drive and McCafferty):
09/05 – Philadelphia, PA – Philamoca
09/06 – Asbury Park, NJ – Asbury Park Brewery
09/07 – Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory
09/08 – Kingston, NY – BSP
09/09 – Boston, MA – Sonia's

2. Tigers Jaw released a stripped down Tiny Desk Concertwith NPR. Give it a watch below!

The band released their new record, spin, May 19.

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3. The Dukes released their music video for “Black Hole Love.” Give it a watch below!

The single will be available everywhere this Friday, June 23. It’s taken from their new album, Smoke Against The Beat, which will be released July 28. Check out their tour dates below!

Jun 25: Alchemy Tavern—Mobile, AL
Jun 27: (Warped) The Fairgrounds Nashville—Nashville, TN
Jun 29: (Warped) Lakewood Amphitheatre—Atlanta, GA
Jun 30: (Warped) Tinker Field—Orlando, FL
Jul 01: (Warped) Vinoy Park—St Petersburg, FL
Jul 02: (Warped) Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre—West Palm Beach, FL
Jul 05: The Concert Pub North—Houston, TX
Jul 06: My Place—Abilene, TX
Jul 08: The Last Exit—Phoenix, AZ

4. Death From Above have released a new music video for “Freeze Me,” which was released last week.

“When Corey Adams started talking to us about making this video he said he wanted it to be about how body builders would spend their last day on earth before the nuclear apocalypse,” vocalist/drummer Sebastien Grainger explains. “He also mentioned there would be a guy dressed as Rambo playing a machine gun like an electric guitar and a lady bodybuilder pumping iron under water. He had us at hello.”

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5. Arcadea have released a stream of their full album. Give it a listen below!

Their self-titled release is available for purchase here.

6. 7 Minutes In Heaven have announced a tour with the Millenium and Bearings. Check out the list of cities and dates below!

7 Minutes In Heaven announced their signing to Rude Records earlier this year.

7.26 – La Crosse, WI – Warehouse
7.30 – Berwyn, IL – Wire
7.31 – St. Louis, MO – The Firebird
8.1 – Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome
8.2 – Nashville, TN – Rocketown
8.3 – Altanta, GA – The Masquerade
8.5 – Orlando, FL – BACKBOOTH
8.7 – Richmond, VA – Canal Club
8.10 – Amityville, NY – Amityville Music Hall
8.11 – Easton, PA – One Centre Square
8.15 – Manchester, NH – Bungalow Bar & Grill
8.16 – Cambridge, MA – Out of the Blue Too Art Gallery & More
8.17 – Garwood, NJ – Crossroads
8.18 – Cleveland, OH – The Foundry Concert Club
8.20 – Millvale, PA – Funhouse at Mr. Smalls
8.21 – Columbus, OH – Double Happiness

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7. Trash Boat released a music video for their song “Tring Quarry.” Give it a watch below!

The song is taken from their full-length album, Nothing I Write You Can Change What You’ve Been Through.

8. Tegan And Sara announced that they will be playing Pride Island this Saturday in NYC!

They’ll be joined by Years & Years and more for the 3-day event meant to create a central hub for the LGBT community to celebrate Pride.

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