Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin will release a new LP titled The High Country on June 2 via Polyvinyl Records. It was recorded at Seattle's Hall of Justice with engineer Beau Sorenson (Superchunk, Garbage). You can stream a new track, "Step Brother City," in the replies.
Members and ex-members of The Ataris, Anadivine, and Nightmares for a Week have formed The Red Owls. The band recently finished tracking their debut EP, Do You Feel Any Better?, at Nada Recording Studios and it was mixed at The Blasting Room. You can stream the title track in the replies.
Head to the replies to listen to a new iwrestledabearonce song titled "Erase It All" featuring Suicide Silence's Eddie Hermida. It comes from the band's Artery Recordings debut, Hail Mary, which arrives June 16th.
Lord Huron's new album, Strange Trails is streaming on iTunes Radio's First Play. The band is also hosting a Reddit AMA on April 7th at 10AM PT. You can pre-order the new album, which comes out on April 7th, here.
One of our very own, Paul Beaumont (username Paulb-182) has started a new band titled Wood and Nails and they've just posted a new track titled "All We'll Ever Need" on their Official Bandcamp page alongside the pre-existing "The Night Before" and a couple of acoustic tracks. If you're a fan of The Menzingers or earlier The Gaslight Anthem, give it a whirl.
Lithuania have signed to Lame-O Records and will release their debut LP Hardcore Friends via the label this summer. The first track from the album, "Pieces," can be streamed in the replies (via Spin). The band will also be touring with Hop Along; those dates are in the replies. RIYL Superheaven, Basement, other fuzzy grunge.
Jonny Craig has quietly released The Le Cube Sessions, a 10 track album that includes 5 original songs and 5 remixes. You can pick it up over here, or stream it here. Craig is currently on the road with his band Slaves as part of The Color Morale's Hold On Pain Ends U.S. headlining tour.
Head to the replies to hear the title track from the forthcoming debut EP by The Japanese House. Pools To Bathe In is released on April 27th and this track follows the stunning debut song "Still". The EP will be released via Dirty Hit Records and is produced by label mates Matty Healy and George Daniels (The 1975).
In what I would describe as a "dream collab," dynamic 80's enthusiasts Great Good Fine Ok and St. Lucia have teamed up on a new joint called "Something to Believe In" - and you can bet your ass there's a saxophone involved. Stream it in the replies.