news recap
[Photo via Say Anything, Call Me Karizma, Bishop Briggs]

Bishop Briggs stripped down her latest song—plus, don’t miss Call Me Karizma’s first single from his newest EP. Check out the news you might have missed below!

  1. Call Me Karizma unleashes new song


Call Me Karizma dropped “Serotonin,” the first single from his upcoming effort, The Gloomy Tapes Vol. 2. “Serotonin” is meant to give listeners a look at Call Me Karizma’s headspace and inner life. The new song comes with a music video co-directed by Call Me Karizma. The Gloomy Tapes, Vol 2. is out February 2019 via Arista Records.



  1. Amber Run release new song, announce tour


Amber Run’s new song “Carousel” is all about “snapshots into a defining moment.” In addition, the band will be going on a North American tour starting in December. A full list of dates can be found below while ticket information can be found on their site.

Dates:
12/06 – The Foundry @ Philadelphia, PA
12/07 – Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel
12/08 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
12/09 – Boston MA @ Brighton Music Hall
12/11 – Toronto, ON @ Velvet Underground
12/13 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
12/14 – Minneapolis, MN @ Cedar Cultural Center

  1. Louise Distras reveals new music video


British punk rocker Louise Distras released a new music video for “Poor Man.” Originally written by Blind Alfred Reed in the midst of the Great Depression, Distras reimagined it for today’s generation. “Poor Man” appears on Distras’ upcoming EP, Street Revolution, out Jan. 11. After the EP’s release, Distras will go on a tour, where she will be helping raise money to fight homelessness. Tickets and EP information can be found on her website.

Dates:
01/17 – Cambridge, UK @ Portland Arms
01/18 – Nottingham, UK @ The Bodega
01/23 – Leeds, UK @ Key Club
01/24 – Newcastle, UK @ Cluny 2
01/25 – Guildford, UK @ The Boileroom
01/26 – Norwich, UK @ Waterfront Studio
01/27 – Portsmouth, UK @ Edge of The Wedge
01/29 – Leicester, UK @ Firebug
01/31 – Bishops Stortford, UK @ The Half Moon
02/02 – Wolverhampton, UK @ Slade Rooms

  1. Bishop Briggs drops “Baby (Acoustic)” video


Bishop Briggs released an acoustic version of her latest single “Baby.” Originally released in August, the stripped-down version is taken in a new direction. Briggs and her guitarist Taylor Van Ginkel are shown on the floor, playing the song on children’s instruments.

  1. outsideOUTSIDE share new video for “Colder”


Just in time for winter, outsideOUTSIDE released a new music video for their song “Colder.” According to the band, “Colder” is about what exactly breaks down a relationship even when things are going right. The track is off the band’s new EP, Hell With My Friends, available now.

  1. Pretty Vicious reveal new music video


Pretty Vicious go nuts in a fairground for their new music video for “Are You Entertained?” The track is the latest release from the U.K. band, giving us a taste of what’s to come next year. Pretty Vicious’ new album is expected to be out in early 2019 from Big Machine/John Varvatos Records.

  1. Bad Luck cover Christmas classic

With Christmas right around the corner, Bad Luck released their version of “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Originally by Mariah Carey, the holiday tune has become a household favorite. In addition, Bad Luck announced they signed to Take This To Heart Records and will be releasing new music in 2019.

  1. Say Anything release new song


Say Anything are gearing up for the release of forthcoming Oliver Appropriate, and they shared another taste of the new album in “Send You Off.” The band already released “Daze,” “Pink Snot” and “It’s A Process.” All of the tracks will appear on the album out Jan. 25 via Dine Alone Records. Preorders are available now.