June is upon us, which means it’s time for the next issue of Alternative Press. We’re thrilled to present our new issue (#407) with cover stars MUNA. Check out a preview of the story below.
Within the pages of our June issue, a number of talented creatives appear alongside MUNA. That list ...
Boston Manor have released their first new music this year with “Foxglove.” The track is accompanied by a music video.
In addition, the band are currently touring in North America with Trash Boat, Higher Power and Anxious.
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“Foxglove” was born out of the ideas and energy created in the studio while recording with Larry Hib
Every month, Alternative Press is sharing some of our favorite new releases. From Los Angeles punk to metal, this month’s AP&R list spans across diverse genres, bringing you a unique list of up-and-coming artists. Check out these rising artists who will soon become your new favorite below.
Thrice and Bayside are set to embark on a co-headlining tour this June. The bands will visit cities across the United States with special guest Anxious.
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The tour comes as an opportunity for Thrice to further support their last record, Horizons/East, which came out in September 2021.
Knuckle Puck have released their new EP Disposable Life via Wax Bodega. The record, produced by Seth Henderson, is comprised of five songs, including four originals and one cover of blink-182’s “Here’s Your Letter.”
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In a press release, Knuckle Puck vocalist Joe Taylor described the new EP as a throwback to the band’s roots. “It