fun. has posted a behind the scenes video from their music video for “We Are Young”. You can also pre-order their upcoming album, Some Nights, right here!
Check out the brand new video below for Attack Attack's “The Wretched”!
The former drummer of Hey Monday, Elliot James, is spilling the beans on his departure from Hey Monday. He also has a new band called Break Blossom!
Check out a portion of his interview below: (You can read the full interview here)
Fans are going to ask until they get answers, so can you discuss as much as the backstory of leaving Hey Monday as you you’re willing to?
This is true. Alright, once and for all, this is the god honest reason and I’m sorry if this disappoints or upsets people but at this point I’m just keeping it real. All of us go went way, way back. I truly loved everything we did with HM and I wouldn’t trade those days for anything. It was all priceless. And it stayed good for a really long time. That said, I loved it so much that I wanted it to last. But I was thinking ahead and I was living in a situation where I didn’t feel in control of my career. And for someone whose trying to make a career in music and not just a sweet run for a couple years, you’ve got to do what’s best for you and for everyone. I would have stayed with the band for as long as they wanted me to commit too but as soon as I told them how i was feeling they replaced me immediately. Cass felt like i had used the band to better myself in all areas and that was never the case. I wanted to play with musicians who wanted to get better and write timeless music, not write songs that were just ‘current’. I truly didn’t see the band sticking together as a team and working through problems personally and creatively and people called me crazy to give it up, but look where the bands at now? Looks like i was right after all. I’m super proud and gracious for everything we did together, and all the stuff they did without me. No one said any of this stuff would be easy. But are you going to give up on a dream you want just because its hard? If you want anything less than the life you think you deserve I feel bad for you, because in this day and age there’s no reason you can’t make a living waking up everyday to do what you want to.
Check out the video below of a special acoustic of Every Avenue's “Only Place I Call Home”!
Cobra Starship has released a teaser video for their song “Middle Finger” off of their most recent album, Night Shades!
Check out the new live video above of Enter Shikari's “Sssnakepit” off of their upcoming album, A Flash Flood of Colour!
There For Tomorrow have announced that they’re planning a U.S. tour for the spring! Keep your eyes here on Pass The Punk for all the upcoming details. You can read the official announcement from the band below:
Heads up #TFTFAMILY in the US!! We’ll be heading back out for a nation-wide Spring Tour w/ some friends. We’ll be announcing soon!
Tonight Alive have just officially released their new single, “Breaking & Entering”, via iTunes today. The track is off their upcoming album, What Are You So Scared Of?, which will be hitting shelves in North America via Fearless Records on February 14th. You can listen to the song and watch the video for it here, or stream the track by clicking here. Like what you hear? You can start preordering What Are You So Scared Of? tomorrow via Fearless’s site, and catch the band returning to the US this spring.
It has been revealed that The Wonder Years will be headlining the 2012 Glamour Kills Tour! Supporting acts will be announced soon and you can view the dates below:
3/9 Chameleon Club - Lancaster, PA
3/10 The Gramercy Theatre -New York, NY
3/12 Middle East Downstairs - Cambridge, MA
3/13 Ritual - Ottawa, ON
3/14 Annex Wreckroom - Toronto, ON
3/15 Magic Stick - Detroit, MI
3/16 Peabody’s Down Under - Cleveland, OH
3/17 The Bottom Lounge - Chicago, IL
3/18 Triple Rock Social Club - Minneapolis, MN
3/20 The Marquis Theatre - Denver, CO
3/21 Club Sound - Salt Lake City, UT
3/23 The Venue - Boise, ID
3/24 El Corazon - Seattle, WA
3/25 Hawthorne Theatre - Portland, OR
3/27 Slim’s - San Francisco, CA
3/28 The Troubadour - West Hollywood, CA
3/29 The Glass House - Pomona, CA
3/30 Soma Sidestage - San Diego, CA
4/1 Nile Theatre - Mesa, AZ
4/3 Trees - Dallas TX
4/4 White Rabbit - San Antonio, TX
4/5 Antones - Austin, TX
4/6 The Studio @ Warehouse Live - Houston, TX
4/7 Downtown Music - Little Rock, AR
4/8 Rockettown - Nashville, TN
4/10 The Orpheum - Tampa, FL
4/11 Rocketown - Pompano Beach, FL
4/12 The Social - Orlando, FL
4/13 The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
4/14 New Brookland Tavern -Columbia, SC
4/15 The Soapbox Laundrolounge -Wilmington, NC
4/16 The Canal Club - Richmond, VA
4/17 The Ottobar - Baltimore, MD
4/18 Madison Theatre - Covington, KY
4/20 Theatre of Living Arts -Philadelphia, PA
Attack Attack! has posted a teaser for their upcoming video for “The Wretched”. Check it out above and look for the full video soon!
Mayday Parade and We The Kings have released the dates for their co-headlining tour starting in early February. The supporting acts are The Downtown Fiction and Anarbor. You can check out the dates below:
2/2 Headliners Music Hall Louisville, KY
2/3 Zydeco Birmingham, AL
2/4 Rocketown Nashville, TN
2/6 New Daisy Theatre Memphis, TN
2/7 The Marquee Tulsa, OK
2/8 Peoples Court Des Moines, IA
2/9 Northern Michigan Univ. Marquette, MI (minus TDF & Anarbor)
2/10 Mojoes Joliet, IL
2/11 Firebird St. Louis, MO
2/13 Revolution Music Room Little Rock, AR
2/14 White Rabbit San Antonio, TX
2/15 Jake’s Lubbock, TX
2/16 Sunshine Theatre Albuquerque, NM
2/17 The Nile Theater Mesa, AZ
2/18 El Rey Theatre Los Angeles, CA
2/19 Ace of Spades Sacramento
2/21 Hawthorne Theatre Portland, OR
2/22 El Corazon Seattle, WA
2/23 Knitting Factory Boise, ID
2/25 The Black Sheep Colorado Springs, CO
2/27 The Waiting Room Lounge Omaha, NE
2/28 Blue Note Columbia, MO
2/29 Orbit Room Grand Rapids, MI
3/2 Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
3/3 Mr. Smalls Theatre Pittsburgh, PA
3/6 The National Richmond, VA
3/7 The NorVA Norfolk, VA
3/8 Lincoln Theatre Raleigh, NC
3/9 Amos’ Southend Charlotte, NC
After an 11 year silence, At the Drive-In announced “this station is…now…operational” via a tweet. They will also be playing the Coachella Festival.
Pass the Punk will keep you updated on any more tour dates!
A Static Lullaby, via Dan Arnold, announced their break-up today.
You can read the Facebook post here:
"Hi, Dan here. I’d like to thank everyone who supported the band for the past 11 years, it’s been an amazing ride. It’s very bittersweet to say that A Static Lullaby will not be making a new record, we are very comfortable with what we have done with our music and have decided that "if it ain’t broke don’t fix it". DON’T FRET THOUGH, i’m sure there will be plenty of music to listen to from most of the members. From Joe Brown, Dan Arnold, Brett Dinovo, Matthew Faulkner, Dane Poppin, Tyler Mahurin, John Martinez, Phil Pirrone, Nathan Lindeman. Thanks for helping us to become who we are today, make sure you click on the links above to check out what some of the guys have been creating over the years. Love, Dan Arnold."
Rise Against have announced the dates for the second half of their U.S. tour with A Day to Remember. Title Fight will be joining them on this part of the tour instead of The Menzingers.
Check out the tour dates here:
4/15 San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena
4/16 Bakersfield, CA @ Rabobank Theater
4/17 San Jose, CA @ Event Center at SJSU
4/19 Kent, WA @ ShoWare Center
4/20 Boise, ID @ Century Link Arena
4/21 Salt Lake City, UT @ Saltair
4/23 Rio Rancho, NM @ Santa Ana Star Center
4/26 Birmingham, AL @ Verizon Wireless Music Center
4/27 St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
4/28 Boca Raton, FL @ Sunset Grove Amphitheater
4/30 Tampa, FL @ Green Iguana Stadium
5/1 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Music Park
5/2 Charlotte, NC @ Time Warner Cable Uptown
5/4 Indianapolis, IN @ The Lawn at White River State Park
5/5 Cincinnati, OH @ PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music
5/6 Pittsburgh, PA @ Trib Total Media Amphitheatre
5/8 Syracuse, NY @ New York State Fairgrounds
5/10 Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
According to Mayday Parade’s Facebook page, the band has a “big tour announcement” coming this week. There have been several tour speculations lately, and now it looks like the band will be confirming it in the upcoming week.
Stay tuned with Pass the Punk for the big announcement!