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Tigers Jaw Charmer

Tigers Jaw Announce New Record ‘Charmer,’ Streaming New Song

After months and months of waiting, Tigers Jaw have finally announced that their new record is titled Charmer and will be out on June 3. The band has released a single from the album called “Nervous Kids” over at Pitchfork, which you can listen to after the jump.

After losing members last year which caused some confusion about the future of the band, Tigers Jaw have continued steadily playing shows and promising new material. The band released “Hum,” the first single from the new album last October, but it is unclear whether that song made the final tracklisting.

The …

Seahaven 2014

UTG INTERVIEW: Seahaven Discuss ‘Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only’

Seahaven are currently facing what could very well become one of their most significant years as a band. The Torrance, California group recently wrapped up a month-long tour supporting mewithoutYou, and within a week, they will be releasing their risk-taking sophomore release, Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only.

On top of all of that, they will be embarking on a European headlining tour with Nai Harvest and Battle Lines in April, which will be immediately followed up by a headlining US tour with Adventures and Foxing in May. UTG had the opportunity to catch up with guitarist Michael Craver …

Seahaven Reverie Lagoon Music For Escapism Only Review

REVIEW: Seahaven – ‘Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only’

Artist: Seahaven
Album: Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only
Genre: Indie Rock / Blues
Label: Run For Cover

By now, fans of Seahaven are used to sudden change without warning. The California band emerged onto the scene in 2010 with Ghost, a relatively simple thinking-man’s post-hardcore/punk EP featuring equal parts growly vocals and pile ons and slow, grungy moments with introspective lyrics. The band’s first full-length record, 2011’s Winter Forever, ditched the growls for a more mature dive into emo-rock with rigid production and a sense of hopelessness in the lyrics that the record’s title implies. Many longtime …

Basement 2012

UPDATED: Basement Tweet For The First Time Since 2012, Internet Gets Anxious

They say nothing good can ever last, and in November 2012 Basement offered further evidence of that being true when they announced they would no longer be a band. Hearts were broken, blogs were written, and more than a few depressed twenty-somethings curled up with their vinyl and a bottle of wine until the pain subsided.

This morning, for the first time since the band said farewell over a year ago, a new update has appeared on the group’s Twitter account. It reads “hi” and makes absolutely no mention of a reunion, but in the first hour alone the message …

Citizen 2013

Watch A Live Set From Citizen

Feet First Productions recently released a live set of Citizen, from a recent show at the First Unitarian Church in Pennsylvania.

Citizen, who released Youth earlier this year, have been growing dramatically over the last few months. With a spot on this past summer’s Warped Tour, relentless touring, incredible live shows, and a crushing debut release, Citizen have a lot to be proud of.

As you can imagine, the set yields bodies flying from the stage back into the crowd, and vice versa. Watch all the videos here, or follow us after the jump to take a quick look …

Pity Sex 2012

ALBUM STREAM: Pity Sex – ‘Feast Of Love’

The band named after most of my conquests, Pity Sex, have an EP already on their belt, but their debut album is yet to come out. This full length, Feast of Love, will be released on Run For Cover Records on June 25. Run For Cover has posted the album on Soundcloud and is now streaming.

Pity Sex is also on tour, with only a handful of dates remaining before they’re home (all of which are with DADS and The World Is A Beautiful Place And I Am No Longer Afraid To Die). You can check out the …

Pity Sex 2012

Pity Sex Stream New Song “Fold”

Ann Arbor, Michigan rockers Pity Sex partnered up with the great people over at Spin Magazine to premiere their new song “Fold.” The song flies through a mellow pop mood, that is mixed with swelling indie-filled tones. Listen here and get lost in the sounds.

The latest material will find its way onto their upcoming full-length debut, Feast of Love, through Run For Cover Records on June 25. Pre-order your copy on the group’s Facebook page.

Check out Pity Sex’s brand new jam “Fold” and share your initial thoughts!…


Tigers Jaw Perform “I Saw Water” At Bled Fest

At Michigan’s premiere concert Bled Fest, Tigers Jaw were filmed performing the song “I Saw Water” in stunning high-definition.

Check out the band’s four-way 7″ split that released with Self Defense Family/The World is a Beautiful Place & I am No Longer Afraid to Die/Code Orange Kids, which was released in joint effort by Run For Cover and Topshelf Records. Purchase here.

The band is currently on their farewell tour and can be seen at all of these tour dates provided. Head over to the band’s Facebook and get to one last show!…


REVIEW: Captain, We’re Sinking – The Future is Cancelled

Artist: Captain, We’re Sinking
Album: The Future is Cancelled
Genre: Punk
Label: Run For Cover

They’re not particularly outspoken about their principles, but if we trace the progress of Captain, We’re Sinking we find a band that has grown whilst making few compromises along the way. The recording is cleaner and the arrangements are stronger, but The Future is Cancelled is brimming with their trademarks of lengthy, drunken tales of desperate characters; almost story-songs but a bit more down to earth.…

Citizen 2013

STREAM: Citizen – “The Summer”

Michigan rock outfit Citizen have released a stream of their brand new song “The Summer.”

This song is coming off of their forthcoming album, Youth, which has a drop date of June 11 through Run For Cover Records.

Guitarist Nick Hamm told MTV, “We thought ‘The Summer’ was a good meeting of Mat’s and my writing styles. It ended up being one of my favorites on the record because of that. Mat’s lyrics touch on the repercussions of losing someone you care about, which make it both a personal song, yet one anyone can relate to.”…


KOJI Announces Summer Tour with Turnover, Have Mercy, and Ivy League

Well this is a Summer tour worth going to: KOJI announced today he will be hitting the road with his labelmate Turnover, Topshelf Records’ Have Mercy, and 6131 Records’ Ivy League. This tour hits most major markets in the United States, so you really don’t have an excuse not to hit one of the best lineups you’ll see all Summer.

All these artists have new albums either out or coming out, so make sure you head out to these shows to hear some new material.

You can check out the tour dates after the break, but let …

Daylight Promo

Daylight’s Frontman Discusses Band’s Recent Change Of Direction recently had an interesting chat with Taylor Madison of Pennsylvania’s Daylight where the vocalist/guitarist gave in his take on how the band is receiving criticism for giving their sound a 90′s style facelift on their latest album, Jar. Follow the jump to read the complete snippet of the interview.

I didn’t know people accused us of that. If they do, fuck ‘em. We’re pretty ‘do whatever the hell we want’ individuals, so if people think that, I don’t give a shit. What band doesn’t want more people to like their band? But