Watch a new music video from Our Hollow, Our Home—plus, don’t miss the Growlers on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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1. Trophy Eyes will premiere new album The American Dream
on the big screen

The pop/punk crossover Trophy Eyes just announced that they will be releasing their upcoming album on the big screen. The band will unveil their record to the world audibly as well as visually in Sydney, Australia. You can pick up tickets to the exclusive premiere here. The American Dream is set to release Aug. 3. You can preorder your copy here.

2. Our Hollow, Our Home release new track “Speak Of Sorrow”

Our Hollow, Our Home dropped the first single, titled “Speak Of Sorrow,” from their forthcoming sophomore album. The metalcore band also released a music video to go along with their new track.

3. The Faim drop new video for “Summer Is A Curse”

Co-written by 5 Seconds Of Summer’s Ashton Irwin, “Summer Is A Curse” also features a cinematically impressive music video. Packed with summer camping vibes, the music video positively reflects the song’s heated implications.

4. Hail The Sun announce new album and drop a new single

Hail The Sun announced that their upcoming record Mental Knife will be out Sept. 28 on Equal Vision. Along with this announcement, the post-hardcore band released a new single from the album. You can listen to “Suffocating Syndrome” here. Additionally, Hail The Sun also dropped a music video for the album’s title track, and you can watch the video here. Preorder your copy of Mental Knife here.

5. The Growlers announce tour to follow annual Beach Goth Festival

Following their annual Beach Goth Festival on Aug. 5 in Los Angeles, the Growlers will be

hitting the road on a North American and European tour. The tour is said to include drag performances, an innovative stage set up and a wide variety of supporting acts. You can find a full list of dates below, and you can secure your tickets here.


08/05 — Los Angeles, CA @ Beach Goth Festival
08/10 — San Francisco, CA @ Outside Lands Music Festival
09/06 — Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
09/07 — Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
09/08 — Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
09/09 — Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom

09/18 — Burlington, VA @ Higher Ground
09/19 — Boston, MA @ Royale
09/20 — Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
09/21 — Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
09/22 — Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
09/23 — Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
09/26 — Carrboro, NC @ Cat’s Cradle
09/27 — Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre
09/28 — Nashville, TN @ The Basement East
09/29 — New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
09/30 — Austin, TX @ The Mohawk

10/01 — Austin, TX @ The Mohawk
10/04 — Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
10/05 — Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre
10/06 — Minneapolis, MN @ First Avenue
11/06 — Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso
11/08 — London, UK @ Shepherd’s Bush Empire
11/09 — Paris, France @ Elysee Montamartre
11/10 — Berlin, Germany @ Astra Kulturhaus

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