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Hear blink-182 team up with Oliver Tree to rework “Let Me Down”
Hear blink-182 team up with Oliver Tree to rework “Let Me Down”
Oliver Tree has enlisted the help of blink-182 for his new reworked version of "Let Me Down." The original song is off of his debut album Ugly Is Beautiful, out now via Atlantic Records. Read more: Here’s why Go Radio decided to share their emotional song “So Love” now On July 17, Tree released his debut album Ugly Is Beautiful. Since its releas...
The essential emo albums from the genre’s 35-year history
The essential emo albums from the genre’s 35-year history
Here at AltPress, we've learned a crucial lesson. Mainstream America doesn't understand that the concept of "emo" is over 30 years old. We know it wasn't invented in a Hot Topic store. But we also know that the Grammys don't have a category for "Best Emo Performance By A Duo Or Group With A Minimum Of Three Fascinating Haircuts...
Super Whatevr’s Twitter reactivated following account suspension
Super Whatevr’s Twitter reactivated following account suspension
Good news, it looks as though Super Whatevr (finally) got their Twitter account back, and all is right in the world! For those who aren't aware, on Dec. 30, the band had the misfortune of receiving a ban from Twitter for the most unexpected, and wholesome, reason we've ever heard: they just wanted to put their “band birthday” on their account. Read more: “Dear Ma... Read More ...
Set It Off announce the Midnight World Tour support acts
Set It Off announce the Midnight World Tour support acts
Set It Off have been keeping quite busy lately, unleashing new tunes and an album announcement over the past few weeks. The band also revealed tour plans and a list of dates in November, and now we finally know who will be joining them. Read more: Kevin Lyman teases future Warped Tour plans Set It Off are hitting the road in February for the Midnight World Tour’s U.S. le...
As It Is share new music video and other news you might have missed today
As It Is share new music video and other news you might have missed today
Super Whatevr shared a new music video from their latest album—plus, don’t miss Bohnes’ new song. Check out the news you might have missed today below! 1. Bohnes shares new song Bohnes, the brainchild of the Cab’s Alexander DeLeon, released a hauntingly beautiful acoustic love song titled “Coffins” perfect for Halloween. The song comes from his upcoming r...
Pale Waves release a new song and other news you might have missed today
Pale Waves release a new song and other news you might have missed today
Pale Waves have dropped a new song—plus, don’t miss new videos from From Ashes To New, YUNGBLUD, Abandoned By Bears and more. Check out the news you might have missed today below! Pale Waves drop a new song Pale Waves have released a new song “Black” from their upcoming album, My Mind Makes Noises, out Sept. 14. You can preorder t...
Sum 41 announce additional support for ‘Does This Look Infected?’ anniversary tour
Sum 41 announce additional support for ‘Does This Look Infected?’ anniversary tour
Sum 41 are celebrating the 15-year anniversary of their second studio album with the Does This Look Infected? tour, and the support is proving it's shaping up to be a pretty spectacular tour. Read more: The 10 bands who have played Warped Tour the most The band announced that Super Whatevr will be joining the tour, along with Seaway, who were previously announced. The tour kicks off in San F ... R
Movements announce spring North American headlining tour
Movements announce spring North American headlining tour
Movements have announced their first headlining tour across North America, and needless to say: We're stoked. Read more: Watch Pat from Movements join Grayscale on stage for “Fever Dream” Joined by Can't Swim, Super Whatevr and Gleemer, the tour is in support of the band's 2017 record Feel Something, which just so happens to be one of our favorite releases of 2017. The 29-date tour kicks off Marc

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