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[Photo via: Mayday Parade/Spotify]

EXNATIONS announced a new EP—plus, don’t miss a new single and music video from Overgrow. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

1. Overgrow share new single, music video

Overgrow debuted a music video for their new single “Bad Heart.” The track comes off their upcoming EP, The Name We Share, which is out May 3 and available for preorder here. They’ll be appearing at the final Bled Fest in May alongside the Wonder Years, Free Throw and Have Mercy, among others. Tickets can be purchased here.



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2. Strange 80s III release tickets tomorrow

Tickets for Strange 80s III go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. PST and can be found here. All proceeds will go to Talinda Bennington’s mental health initiative, 320 Changes Direction. The lineup includes artists such as Weezer, CHVRCHES, No Doubt and more. The benefit will take place June 1 at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles and will include 3D productions along with classic ’80s film set installations.

3. EXNATIONS announce sophomore EP

EXNATIONS are releasing their second EP, Pink Haze, this summer. It’s set to be released June 28 and can be preordered here. The band embark on tour this summer in support of the new EP. Tickets can be found here and dates are below.

Dates:
07/06 – Cincinnati, OH @ Top Cats
07/07 – St. Louis, MO @ Fubar
07/08 – Kansas City, MO @ Recordbar
07/10 – Milwaukee, WI @ Miramar Theatre
07/11 – Cleveland, OH @ The Foundry Concert Club
07/12 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Black Forge Coffee House
07/13 – Brooklyn, NY @ Gold Sounds * album release show

4. Mayday Parade drop new music video

Mayday Parade released a new music video for “Never Sure.” “‘Never Sure’ always gave us a feeling of energy,” the band posted on Facebook. “And it only seemed appropriate to make a video that not only included us performing live but also included behind-the-scenes footage of the band being ourselves while on tour.” The track is included on the band’s latest LP, Sunnyland, which can be streamed here. They’ll be going on tour with Sad Summer Festival this July, and tickets can be found here.

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