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Brian Swindle debuts first single since Have Mercy farewell tour
Brian Swindle debuts first single since Have Mercy farewell tour
When Have Mercy announced their final tour on Instagram this past December, no one could have imagined the events that would lead to them canceling their run in mid-March. Brian Swindle remains optimistic, however, that everything’s going to be all right—and his first release as a solo artist serves as the perfect testament to that.  Follow...
The Deadnotes weave emo and pop-punk on “Ghost On The Ceiling”
The Deadnotes weave emo and pop-punk on “Ghost On The Ceiling”
Many people cite an overarching event as something that will in some way, move culture along. You know, like those people who testify that punk rock is always going to be better when a certain party is holding court in Washington, D.C. Or that the world's self-imposed isolationism is guaranteed to give us a treasure trove of great art...
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...
Locket go great lengths for love in new “First Blush” video—watch
Locket go great lengths for love in new “First Blush” video—watch
Locket, formerly known as Safe To Say, are getting ready to release their debut full-length album on Fearless Records, and they’re giving AP the details on their new music video for “First Blush.” Following the release of “Out Of Sight” in May, the Toronto natives return in the self-produced video with a plan to retrieve a necklace locket and bust into a house with ski masks and flashlights. Singe

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