Head to the replies to hear a new track from Tigers Jaw called "Hum," which is the lead track from the band's forthcoming fourth full-length album, due out early next year. The track is featured on the A-side of a new 7" single, which will be released Nov. 19 via Run For Cover, and which has an acoustic version of another song from the upcoming LP as a B-side. That 7" is available for preorder in the RFC webstore.
Red City Radio is streaming its sophomore full-length album, Titles, in its entirety via the Paper + Plastick Records webstore (you can also stream it in the replies). Additionally, the label is offering $5 digital downloads and $2 off vinyl for today and tomorrow only to celebrate the release.
Sullivan have returned after 6 years of being disbanded with a new song and album announced for 2014 (along with freshly minted Instagram and Twitter accounts). You can stream "Profile" in the replies.
The Boy And His Machine have released several b-side tracks. The last time the band released material was over 2 years ago. The tracks are available on iTunes. Listen to "Abandon Your Friends" in the replies.
You can stream a new Their/They're/There song titled "New Blood" in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming new EP, Analog Weekend, available December 10th. You can pre-order the 12" either at Topshelf Records or Polyvinyl.
Hear a new song from Silver Snakes entitled "Sundance" here, from their upcoming 7" by the same name. The track will also appear on their upcoming full-length, Year Of The Snake, via Bridge Nine Records. The song falls somewhere between Balance & Composure and O'Brother - check it out.
Arliss Nancy released today its new album, Wild American Runners, and you can stream it on their Bandcamp page. The record came out via Black Numbers (here's a purchase page) and is strongly in the vein of Lucero, The Hold Steady and a more rootsy Gaslight Anthem, complete with heavy Tom Petty influences.
You can stream a new Reggie and the Full Effect song titled "Revenge is a dish best served at Park Chan-Wook's" in the replies. The band's new LP, No Country For Old Musicians, will be available on November 19th.
You can stream and download a new Matt Pryor song titled "Kinda Go To Pieces" at Rolling Stone. It's off his upcoming release, Wrist Slitter, which hits stores on November 11th via Rory Records/Equal Vision Records.
Stream the new Nothington collections album, Lost Along The Way, on Vice's Noisey.com. The collection includes B-sides, rarities, some funny audio, a taste of their live show, and a One Man Army cover. It releases on October 8th via Red Scare and you can pre-order it.