WSTR signed to Hopeless records and other news you might have missed today.
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Watch new music videos by WSTR and Cane Hill—plus, don’t miss Less Than Jake, Bayside and Anti-Flag at Four Chord Music Festival. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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  1. WSTR share first single off upcoming album, sign to Hopeless Records

WSTR announced they signed to Hopeless Records and celebrated by sharing their first single and music video, “Bad To The Bone,” off their upcoming album, Identity Crisis. The album will be released Aug. 31, and you can preorder your copy here and check out the full track listing below.

Identity Crisis track listing:

  1. Tell Me More
  2. Crisis
  3. Bad To The Bone
  4. Promiscuous
  5. The Latest
  6. Silly Me
  7. Fling
  8. Hide Everything Sharp
  9. See You In Hell
  10. Ashtray
  11. Riddle Me This
  1. Less Than Jake, Bayside, Anti-Flag and more to play Four Chord Music Festival

 

Less Than Jake, Bayside and Anti-Flag will headline the fifth annual Four Chord Music Festival in Pittsburgh this August. There are still two more bands to be announced, and you can grab your tickets to the show here. Check out the full lineup so far below.

Four Chord Music Festival lineup:

Less Than Jake
Bayside
Anti-Flag
Eternal Boy
Patent Pending
Forever Came Calling
Like Pacific
Light Years
Keep Flying
Harbour
Look Out Loretta
Lotus Kid
Worst Kept Secret
My Kind Of Fire
The Great Heights Band
Atlantic Wasteland
Kill The Clock
Riviera Bloom

  1. Cane Hill release new video for “It Follows,” announce tour

Cane Hill dropped a new video for their song “It Follows,” which is off their latest album Too Far Gone. They also announced a summer tour, and you can purchase your tickets here and see the full list of dates below.

Cane Hill North American tour

07/26 — Indianapolis, IN @ The Emerson Theater
07/27 — Erie, PA @ Basement Transmissions
07/28 — Syracuse, NY @ The Lost Horizon
07/29 — Albany, NY @ Jupiter Hall
07/31 — Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
08/01 — Reading, PA @ Reverb
08/02 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Shaka’s
08/03 — Jacksonville, NC @ Hooligans Music Hall
08/04 — Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
08/05 — Johnson City, TN @ Capone’s
08/07 — Huntsville, AL @ Sidetracks Music Hall
08/08 — Fort Wayne, IN @ Piere’s Entertainment Center
08/10 — Detroit, MI @ El Club
08/11 — Joliet, IL @ The Forge

  1. Roam announce intimate U.K. shows in July

 

Roam have announced a series on intimate shows in the U.K. this July. They will be joined by Milestones and Wolf Culture. Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, and you can buy those here. Also, check out the full list of tour dates below.

07/10 — Tunbridge Wells @ Forum
07/11 — Bristol @ Exchange
07/12 — Bournemouth @ Anvil
07/13 — Milton Keynes @ Craufurd Arms
07/16 — Liverpool @ Arts Club
07/17 — Sheffield @ Record Junkee
07/18 — Edinburgh @ Opium
07/19 — Nottingham @ Basement
07/20 — Norwich @ Waterfront

  1. Stream Warm Thoughts’ new album before the release date

 

Elliot Babin of Touche Amore is releasing a solo album, I Went Swimming Alone, under the name Warm Thoughts on Friday. Brooklyn Vegan is currently premiering the album, so you can listen to that here. Check out the full track list below, and preorder your copy here.

I Went Swimming Alone track list

  1. Romance Novelist
  2. Sunbleached And Yellowed
  3. Airport
  4. Precipitation
  5. Intangible
  6. Waiting For Me
  7. The Pier
  8. To Talk At
  9. Your Haircut Man
  10. A Memo To Me From My Future Self

 

  1. Belle sign to Tragic Hero Records, release debut single and video

Belle have signed to Tragic Hero Records and released their debut single “Reverence.” The band will be going on tour this summer, and you can check out the full list of dates below.

Tour with Emery, ’68 and Trove
06/05 — Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
06/06 — San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
06/07 — Pomona, CA @ Glasshouse
06/08 — Scottsdale, AZ @ Pub Rock
06/09 — El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar and Grill

Tour with Sparrows
07/11 — St. Catharines, ON @ The Warehouse
07/12 — Waterloo, ON @ Harmony Lunch
07/13 — Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s
07/14 — Ottawa, ON @ Cafe Dekcuf
07/15 — Montreal, QC @ Casa De Popolo
07/17 — Manchester, NH @ The Bungalow
07/18 — West Haven, CT @ The Cave
07/20 — Trenton, NJ @ Championship
07/21 — Washington, D.C. @ Songbyrd
07/22 — Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
07/23 — Richmond, VA @ The Camel
07/25 — Lemoyne, PA @ The Champ
07/26 — Brooklyn, NY @ Kingsland
07/28 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Black Forge

  1. No Better announce new album, release two new songs

No Better announced that they have a new album coming out July 27, which you can preorder here. They also released the first two songs off the album, “Poise & Light” and “My Love Says Always.”

  1. Destroy Boys release video for “American River”

Destroy Boys have released a new video for their single “American River.” The band are currently on tour, and you can check out the full list of dates below.

06/05 — Philadelphia, PA @ Everybody Hits Philadelphia
06/06 — Washington, D.C. @ Black Cat
06/07 — Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle Back Room
06/10 — Atlanta, GA @ Purgatory at The Masquerade
06/11 — Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theater
06/13 — Louisville, KY @ Ellerbe House
06/16 — Millvale, PA @ Mr Smalls Theatre
06/18 — Chicago, IL @ Schuba’s
06/19 — St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
06/20 — Lawrence, KS @ Bottleneck
06/22 — Dallas, TX @ The Dirty 30
06/23 — Austin, TX @ Stubb’s
06/25 — Phoenix, AZ @ The Rebel Lounge
06/28 — Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room
06/29 — Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom
06/20 — San Diego, CA @ The Che Cafe
07/14 — San Francisco, CA @ Bottom Of The Hill

9. Famous Last Words share a video update from the studio

Famous Las Words is back to the studio for the first time since the recording of their 2016 hit album The Incubus. The band share a video of them working on new music with From First To Last frontman Matt Good.