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Laura Jane Grace went outside to find herself

Following a productive pandemic, the Against Me! singer’s new solo album sees her try to make sense of renewed normalcy.

Stream Laura Jane Grace’s new album Hole In My Head

The Against Me! frontwoman’s first new album since her surprise 2021 EP At War with the Silverfish has officially arrived.

Laura Jane Grace shares "Birds Talk Too" from new LP Hole in My Head

The latest single from her new solo album is full of references to Amsterdam.

Laura Jane Grace reckons with heartbreak on “Cuffing Season”

The single comes from her new solo album, Hole in My Head.

Laura Jane Grace announces new album Hole In My Head

She also shared the title track and 2024 tour dates.

Catch Waterparks, Bring Me The Horizon and more on the road

We’re rounding up the best new tour dates. From Waterparks and Bring Me The Horizon to Underoath and SZA, these are the tours you won’t want to miss.

Phoebe Bridgers, Olivia Rodrigo, more react to the end of Roe V. Wade

On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade. From Phoebe Bridgers and Olivia Rodrigo to Laura Jane Grace, here’s how musicians reacted.

Anthony Green announces ‘Boom. Done.,’ shares two new singles—watch

Anthony Green has announced a new solo album, Boom. Done. The record arrives July 22 via Born Losers Records. Green has also shared two new singles from the album, “Don’t Dance” and “Maybe This Will Be The One.” The former is accompanied by a music video. Read more: Surfbort coach Tony Hawk in new “Open […]

Tim Kasher shares horror-influenced “Forever Of The Living Dead” featuring Laura Jane Grace–watch

Tim Kasher of Cursive and the Good Life has shared his new single “Forever Of The Living Dead.” The track features Jeff Rosenstock and Against Me!‘s Laura Jane Grace and is accompanied by an eerie animated video. “Forever Of The Living Dead” is the second single from Kasher‘s new solo album, Middling Age, arriving April 15. Read […]

Bloods and Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace release “I Like You”

Bloods and Against Me! frontwoman Laura Jane Grace have teamed up for the new single, “I Like You.” The track comes off of Bloods‘ upcoming album Together, Baby!, out Sept. 23 via Share It Music. Proceeds from Together, Baby! will go to the Asylum Seeker Resource Center (Australia). Read more: girl in red, Laura Jane Grace, more team […]

Avril Lavigne on ‘Let Go’ era: “I would wear the same shit over and over; no one does that now”

This month, Avril Lavigne made her cover debut with Alternative Press. As part of our Modern Icons Issue, Lavigne was interviewed by Rico Nasty (who operates under the alter ego Trap Lavigne when she taps into her punk influences, in case you didn’t know). In the issue, Lavigne appears alongside other beloved names in music […]

Avril Lavigne had to fight throughout her career to make the music she wanted to

Twenty years ago, Avril Lavigne began a legacy with her debut album, Let Go. Its release saw her dominate the pop-punk landscape on a global scale, being one of few women to do so successfully. But it also ignited a journey that required strength and resolve to execute her vision. Along the way, her abilities […]

girl in red, Laura Jane Grace, more team up for RSD release ‘Portraits Of Her’

Record Store Day is set to celebrate its 15th anniversary April 23. Organizers are again teaming up with Vans for a compilation album. It will be titled Portraits Of Her. The release features a number of artists, including Laura Jane Grace, girl in red, K.Flay. Read more: Sky Katz releases “Breakup Song,” co-written by Joel […]

The 15 best punk albums of 2002, from Sleater-Kinney to the Used

The most notable aspect of punk rock in 2002 was the mainstream ascension of garage for the first time since the ‘60s. But all those albums by the Strokes, the White Stripes and the Hives that went mega this year were all recorded and released in 2002. Which explains their inclusion on this list, rather […]

Laura Jane Grace surprise-drops 'At War With The Silverfish' EP—listen

Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! has released a surprise EP. Titled At War With The Silverfish, the new release dropped via Polyvinyl Records. The record follows Grace’s solo album Stay Alive, released in 2020. The latest EP, which contains seven tracks, explores a variety of universal themes, ranging from yearning for love to dealing with […]

AltPress Weekly: Bob Dylan, Meet Me @ The Altar, Trixie Mattel and more

Welcome to the second installment of AltPress Weekly. Each week, we’ll cover new things we want you to check out. We’ll shout out fresh song drops and vintage finds, highlighting longtime favorites and brand-new discoveries. We’ll also feature the stories we can’t stop thinking about, along with all of the goings-on here at Alternative Press. […]

AltPress Weekly: chloe moriondo cover, Architects, Turnstile and more

We’re very excited to reveal the first installment of AltPress Weekly, designed to give you the lowdown on the things we want you to check out. Each week, we’ll cover new releases and old songs, rising artists and your favorite stars. Along the way, we’ll highlight everything from breaking music news to bargain bin discoveries, […]

8 essential solo and side projects started by your favorite alternative artists

You know these artists for fronting some of your favorite bands, having established themselves as driving forces in the scene. But their claims to initial fame aren’t all they have to offer to the musical stratosphere. From totally different takes on their sound to a sonic 180, head below for 8 essential solo and side […]

11 LGBTQIA+ punk musicians who changed the genre forever

It stands to reason LGBTQIA+ culture informed, inspired and enmeshed with punk, down to the crossover with the ’70s glam scene that helped spawn it. After all, both worlds were essentially the Island of Misfit Toys, from the Rankin/Bass 1964 holiday special Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: a rebel culture for those whose ideas don’t fit […]

10 alternative artists who have defined Riot Fest throughout the years

Over the years, Riot Fest has taken over Chicago’s Douglas Park with circus sideshows, carnival games and, most importantly, an incredible lineup. But its history stretches even further back, drawing people of all ages and backgrounds between its hub and offshoots in Toronto and Denver. The festival has been running for 15 years strong, solidifying […]
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