Old Faith share "Switchbacks" video

East coast post-rock band Old Faith have shared a gorgeous and cinematic video for “Switchbacks” off their forthcoming debut LP today. Heavy Blog is Heavy had the premiere, and warn that “if you’re a fan of well made post-rock that’s more about feeling and impact then the tired cliches of the genre, then I suggest you don’t sleep on it.”

Tennis System premiere new video at Flaunt + announce fall tour

LA-based noise rock band Tennis System have released a new video for "C O M I N G  D O W N" off their 2018 Record Store Day release for Graveface Records. Head over to Flaunt to check out the premiere. The band will be hitting the road with El Ten Eleven this fall, and you can view those dates here

Kramies announces new EP, shares first single at Culture Collide

American dream-pop troubadour Kramies started the writings of what would become his newest EP while residing on the grounds of an ancient castle in Ireland. The first offering from the October 19 EP to be released by Hidden Shoal Records is "The Hill Dweller," which features Jerry Becker of Train and is out today. "Employing lush string arrangements, horns and a myriad of found sounds, the tune is truly transporting," say Culture Collide who have the premiere. Keep an eye out for more from Kramies in the coming weeks! 

Tired All The Time share new video for "Little Pieces"

Tired All The Time will be releasing their new Be Well EP this Friday, August 17, and Tiny Mix Tapes has just premiered their latest video for the track, "Little Pieces." The track is a pop punk gem, exploring the tedium of daily life under the guise of modern expectations and coping with mundanity. The band's "brand of dystopian pop-punk is as quirky as it is contagiously poignant--" according to Tiny Mix Tapes. What do you think? 

Make sure you scoop up your copy of the band's EP via Flag Day Recordings. 


Poliça and s t a r g a z e share Buzzsession videos at AltCitizen

The Wild Honey Pie, director Emmett Kerr-Perkinson, Poliça and s t a r g a z e have teamed up to create two gorgeous session videos recorded at Douglass Recording in Brooklyn. AltCitizen helped debut the videos saying, "Both empathetic and cautionary, 'How Is This Happening' and 'Agree' recorded in this stripped down arrangement are even more vulnerable and poignant – a crystalline soundbite of the feelings of the time."