[Photo by: Friday Giants/Chris Hughes, Common Holly/Sean Mundy Photography, The Menzingers/Charles Wrzesniewski]

Watch new videos from The Maine and Friday Giants—plus, don’t miss The Menzingers on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. The Maine released a new tour diary

Have you ever wondered what it's like touring with The Maine?! Lucky for us, the band have released a tour diary showcasing their time in Perth and it looks like it's been a pretty fun time! Be sure to catch the band once they hit the road this April for their US headlining tour – you can pick up your tickets here

2. The Menzingers announced a special St. Patrick’s Day tour

Denver friends, did you know you can spend your St. Patrick's day with The Menzingers?! The band announced the show today and we're pretty jealous we can't be in attendance! Be sure to grab your tickets, you can get yours here

3. The Girl School lineup has been announced

The third annual Girlschool lineup has been announced! The festival is a 100% women fronted three day festival that will be taking place at the Bootleg Theater from February 2-4! Some of the acts include Shirley Manson + The Girlschool Choir, Jay Som and more! You can purchase your tickets to the festival here

4. Friday Giants premiered powerful new video for 'What May Come.' 

Friday Giants have premiered their latest music video 'What May Come.' Both the song and video cover the topics of bullying, harrassment and ways to overcome it. All sales from the band's bandcamp will be donated to A Voice For The Innocent and the Women's Crisis Center. The track is taken from the band's 2017 album Twenty Nothings.

5. Common Holly has dropped dreamy new cover

Common Holly have released their cover of Frank Ocean's 'Thinkin’ Bout You.' 

6. Rock On The Range announced their comedy lineup

The comedy lineup for the 12th annual Rock On The Range festival have been announced! J.B. Smoove (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Trae Crowder (The Liberal Redneck) and Big Jay Oakerson (The Comedy Cellar) are just a few of the acts that is sure to leave you doubled over in laughter. 

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