Listen to a new single from Trophy Eyes—plus, don’t miss Hot Mulligan on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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  1. State Champs add headlining dates to blink-182 and Fall Out Boy tour
While on tour with blink-182 and Fall Out Boy, State Champs announced that they will headline a few dates of their own. The dates will feature support from Homesafe, Undesirable People and Keep Flying. Tickets will go on sale this Friday Aug. 3 at noon.
09/10 — Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom
09/16 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theatre
09/25 — Burnsville, MN @ The Garage
09/26 — Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note
09/27 — Springfield, MO @ The Riff
09/28 — Merriam, KS @ Aftershock
09/30 — Ft. Collins, CO @ The Aggie
  1. Boston Manor drop video for fall tour

British pop-punk band Boston Manor dropped a video announcing a September U.K. tour. The tour will welcome support from Microwave, Drug Church and Wallflower. You can pick up your tickets here. See a full list of dates below!

09/21 — Bristol, UK @ Thekla
09/22 — London, UK @ Electric Ballroom
09/23 — Birmingham, UK @ Mama Roux’s
09/24 — Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
09/26 — Liverpool, UK @ Hangar 34
09/27 — Glasgow, UK @ SWG3
09/28 — Leeds, UK @ Key Club
09/29 — Manchester, UK @ Gorilla


  1. Hot Mulligan announce headlining dates
Michigan indie band Hot Mulligan just announced that they will be playing a few headlining dates come October. Tickets will go on sale this Friday. Their album Pilot is out now via No Sleep Records. You can pick up your copy here.
10/04 — Columbus, OH @ Big Room Bar
10/05 — Raleigh, NC @ Pour House
10/06 — Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome
  1. From States Away share new music video

From States Away dropped a brand-new music video for their song “Night & Day.” The song is from the band’s upcoming EP. “‘Night & Day’ is pretty much about all of the people that told us playing music wouldn’t last,” frontman Chris Lauletti says. “It’s for everyone that said my dream of being a musician was dumb and a promise to myself never to let it fade away.”

  1. Trophy Eyes release new single

In preparation of their new album The American Dream dropping this Friday, Aug. 3, Trophy Eyes released the third single titled “Friday Forever.” You can preorder The American Dream here.

  1. The Happy Alright made their own music video for “Sweet Tea, Bitter Me”

From their EP Run Home, the Happy Alright released a new music video for “Sweet Tea, Bitter Me.” With the help of some friends, the band made the music video themselves. You can pick up your copy of Run Home here.