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Speak Low If You Speak Love 2015

Speak Low If You Speak Love Signs to Pure Noise Records

Earlier today, Pure Noise Records welcomed Speak Low If You Speak Love (Ryan Scott Graham of State Champs) to its ever-growing roster of rockers. The label will re-release the Michigan crooner’s debut full-length, Everything But What You Need, this coming spring, along with four brand new tracks.

Painfully honest and unyielding from start to finish, fans of Into It. Over It., City and Colour, and Daphne Loves Derby will likely feel right at home amid SLIYSL’s infectious acoustic melodies. If you agree, let us know in the replies.

Additionally, Graham will be closing out 2014 with …


Like Pacific Sign To Pure Noise Records; Share New Song “Suffering”

A new face of melodic punk is coming with the latest signing from Pure Noise Records today. Hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Like Pacific will be joining the growing label to release their new self-titled EP that will have a release date of January 20.

To coincide with the signing, the band released the lead single off the EP as well, premiering on AbsolutePunk. The song is called “Suffering,” and you can stream it below.

Regarding the new single, singer Jordan Black offered the following in a statement:

“Much like past Like Pacific songs, “Suffering” is a reflection of past


WATCH: Gnarwolves – “Bottles to Bottles”

Gnarwolves has always been just a cut above their contemporaries and consistently prove themselves an important band to look out for with each release. From their self-titled Pure Noise Records release comes “Bottles to Bottles,” an anthemic skate punk song that, although not a single from the July record, has all the vibe, dynamic and energy of one.

Punknews has the premiere of the video for “Bottles to Bottles,” which obviously features a lot of skateboarding, live show footage and a healthy dosage of things blowing up and catching fire. Check out the video below after the jump and make …

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Front Porch Step Releases Cover of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”

It may be a little early for the holiday spirit but not in Front Porch Step‘s case. After releasing his forthcoming effort’s title track in “Whole Again,” mastermind Jake Mcelfresh has released his version of the classic Christmas song, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas.”

The song itself is always a staple in Christmas playlists all around the world and Mcelfresh clearly nails it with his version. “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” comes off his upcoming EP, titled Whole Again, which will be released on December 2 via Pure Noise Records.

You can stream the song below …

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Four Year Strong Add Handguns, Heart To Heart, Expire To Tour Lineup

Remember a few weeks ago when Four Year Strong announced a headlining tour featuring support from Comeback Kid? That run just got a hell of a lot sweeter.

Handguns, Expire, and Heart To Heart, all of whom are currently wrapping up the final dates of the Pure Noise Records Tour, have been added to Four Year Strong’s 2015 roster. With a nice mix of pop-punk and hardcore bands, this lineup is the perfect compliment to Four Year Strong’s tendency to lean toward both genres. The tour runs through the month of January. You can pick up …

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Front Porch Step Debuts Title Track From Upcoming EP, ‘Whole Again’

Earlier in the day, Front Porch Step joined forces with Kerrang! to premiere the title track off his forthcoming EP, Whole Again, due out December 2 via Pure Noise Records. Check it out by following the jump below.

In his latest attempt, Jake Mcelfresh soulfully reflects on an unnamed acquaintance with the help of Four Year Strong’s Alan Day. If you like it, let us know in the replies.

“I am more excited for this song than any other song I’ve ever released,” Mcelfresh told Kerrang!. “Not only was it amazing working with Alan Day, but …


Seaway Stream ‘All in My Head’ EP

It should go without saying that some sort of new sound was expected when news first broke out about Seaway‘s signing to Pure Noise Records, but who would’ve thought it would be so damn catchy?

All in My Head won’t be officially released until tomorrow through the California-based label, but thanks to our friends at AbsolutePunk, the Canadian quintet’s new EP can now be streamed in full. Follow the jump to give it a listen and to get a look at the cities the group will be performing in while on the road with Four Year Strong, Transit, …


REVIEW: Seaway – ‘All In My Head’ EP

Artist: Seaway
Album: All In My Head
Genre: Pop Punk

I love a good album as much as the next person, but there is something far more exciting about stumbling across an almost perfect EP. When you only have four or five songs to work with, every note of every song matters. These releases can make or break careers, and in the case of Seaway’s latest release it seems an extended play may be just what the band needs in order to reach the next echelon of pop-punk popularity.…

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Gates Stream “The Thing That Would Save You”

Gates have made their new track, “The Thing That Would Save You,” available for streaming.

The track comes off of the band’s Pure Noise Records release, Bloom & Breathe. The album drops this Tuesday, October 21. Being the third track released from the record thus far, Gates have showed us that Bloom & Breathe is shaping up to be a joy for fans who love music ranging from post-rock, emo, punk, indie, and many other arenas of music.

Featuring lush environments of sound, with vocals blended into the mix much like the mastery of The Appleseed Cast, Tuesday …

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Forever Came Calling Premiere Video for “Defenseless”

Preparing for the release of their sophomore album, pop-punkers Forever Came Calling have released a music video for their single “Defenseless” which premiered on Alternative Press this morning. The song is now the fourth release from their upcoming album, What Matters Most, which will arrive via Pure Noise Records on October 21. You can read our review here.

The band is currently out on the Pure Noise Tour supporting State Champs and Handguns, with over twenty U.S. stops remaining before it wraps up in early November. Check out “Defenseless” below the jump and visit MerchNow for pre-orders …

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REVIEW: Forever Came Calling – ‘What Matters Most…’

Artist: Forever Came Calling
Album: What Matters Most…
Genre: Pop Rock, Pop-Punk
Label: Pure Noise Records

Forever Came Calling‘s sophomore effort, What Matters Most, is a blistering and dynamic effort of pure emotion — a testimony delivered by a band that deserves to be the next biggest act in pop-punk.

The record could easily be categorized as a form of lost art, a beginning-to-end piece of balanced work that fails to lose momentum or vigor throughout its entire duration. It’s the type of record bands in the scene were producing years ago. It’s not laced with singles and …

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Gates Stream New Single “Born Dead”

New Jersey post-rockers Gates have premiered a brand new track off the upcoming album, Bloom & Breathe, which will become available on Oct. 21 via Pure Noise Records. The track is the third single to be released off the 13-track record, following “Not My Blood,” and “Low.” All three tracks initially made their debut on Alternative Press.

Gates is preparing for a number of Northwest dates supporting Pianos Become The Teeth and recently announced some West coast dates with Foxing. Check below the jump to stream “Born Dead.”…