We’re always on the search for new music here at TNF HQ, and if there’s anything we’re really excited to introduce you to, it’s bands with only 3 members. The iconic power trio, as it were, always seems to put out intriguing music – and Brooklyn alt-rock/post-punk band Castle Black is no exception. The bands plays an interesting style of alt-rock that draws from Sonic Youth and L7, so if riot grrl bands are your thing (they should be!), this band might be right up your alley.
While the band’s upcoming EP Dead In A Dream actually drops this Friday, we’re stoked to bring you the pre-release premiere of the EP, which you can hear below – along with a brief Q&A session by Leigh Celent.
Full of pop-punk and alternative influences, Last Night Saved My Life have been gearing up for the Friday release of their debut full-length, Cherry. A slickly-produced yet captivating set of songs, the band’s new album also features State Champs’ Derek DiScanio on lead single, “Waterfall” – unsurprisingly being one of the standout songs on the new record.
Today, we’re excited to team up with the band to bring you a pre-release album stream for the new record, which drops at midnight. Fans of slick pop-punk and catchy melodies need to pay attention to what Last Night Saved My Life are doing. Stream the whole thing below!
A Crash Republic are a pop-punk band from Boston that specializes in more complex musicianship than you’d expect for a band in the genre. Their new EP, Homewreckers: Sweet Apathy is a concept record of sorts that tells a compelling story, so overall, it’s their outside-the-box thinking that makes them an interesting act.
We’re excited to be teaming up with the band on the track-by-track of the new EP, which you can find below with an EP stream. Give it a spin below and follow along if that’s your thing.
Sweden’s Young Mountain are hot off the release of their debut album “Lost Tree”, which released in September via Zegema Beach/Through Love/Miss the Stars/Pundonor/Dasein records. Focusing more on atmosphere rather than aggression, the screamo/hardcore group have made a name for themselves across Europe, performing at Miss the Stars fest and Fluff fest, two notably large screamo festivals. A few months back I had the chance to interview the band (which you can find here), and today we are happy to be able to premiere their new video for the titular track, “Lost Tree”, which you can find below.
Lost Tree has definitely made my year end list: with the fantastic performances from the band or its brooding atmosphere coupled with nice use of string work, the debut is a great addition to the their discography and definitely has this listener keen to hear what the future has in store for the guys. Be sure to give Young Mountain a like on Facebook and check “Lost Tree” on Bandcamp, your favorite streaming service, or by purchasing a physical from Zegema Beach Records or Through Love Records.