- The CeilingJAWSApril 5th, 2019
Birmingham trio Jaws today return with their new single Driving At Night. The new track is taken from their forthcoming third album The Ceiling, which will be released on April 5th 2019. Listen to Driving At Night below.
The album was once again recorded with Gethin Pearson who also worked on their previous album Simplicity (2016).
- Morbid StuffPupApril 5th, 2019
Toronto punk outfit PUP have announced their third full-length, Morbid Stuff. The follow-up to 2016’s The Dream Is Over is due out April 5th on the band’s new label, Little Dipper (via Rise Records/BMG).
PUP recorded the album with producer/mixer Dave Schiffman (Weezer, The Mars Volta) as they dug into lead singer Stefan Babcock’s battle with depression. Fans of the band’s playful look at life’s emotional wasteland need not fret, however, as a press release promises the effort contains “all the fury and celebration you’ve come to know, but rooted in understanding of where that fury comes from.” The guys are still teetering on the precipice of complete desolation with manic joy, they’re just more aware of their footing — a state truly befitting the title, when you think about it.
- Steady GlowIn Her Own WordsIn Her Own Words have announced their upcoming album, Steady Glow. The California natives have set a release date of April 12th, 2019.April 12th, 2019
- Certain FreedomsTrade WindApril 26th, 2019
Trade Wind have a new album by the name of “Certain Freedoms” headed for an April 26th release on Other People Records. The band feature members of Stick To Your Guns, Stray From The Path and more among their ranks and have debuted a new single from it titled “No King But Me” below. A limited edition 7″ for the track is available now through certainfreedoms.com. The band will be overseas on this European/UK tour in the spring.
- Violet StreetLocal NativesApril 26th, 2019
After sharing demos, announcing a tour, and dropping a new single in “Café Amarillo”, Local Natives have formerly announced their highly anticipated follow-up to their 2016 full-length LP, Sunlit Youth. It’s titled Violet Street and due out April 26th via Loma Vista.
Produced by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves), the band’s fourth studio album finds the Silver Lake outfit chewing on the existential question, “With all of the chaos in the world, where do you find your shelter?”
- ProblemsThe Get Up KidsMay 15th, 2019
Last year, ’90s golden era emo heroes the Get Up Kids returned with the Kicker EP, their first new music in seven years. And today, they’ve announced a new album called Problems, their first full-length since 2011’s There Are Rules. They recorded the LP with the Grammy Award-winning Kurt Vile/the National producer Peter Katis, and today, they’re sharing a music video for its anthemic lead single “Satellite.”
- Nothing StaysWvnderNothing Stays is the new LP from the Baltimore pop/rock/emo heroes Wnder.May 17th, 2019