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Exclusive Premiere: Watch Darro’s New Zombie-Inspired Video for “Runs On Guilt”

By: Staff – Emerging emo/pop-punk artist Darro is back with his new zombie-inspired video for “Runs On Guilt”. “This video is a satire on toxic and manipulative relationships, where both partners are essentially dead locked in this relationship together,” said Darro. “This is actually why I chose to use “undead” zombies as the main characters. … Continue reading

AFI Announces 2022 Headline U.S. Tour Dates

By: Staff – AFI has announced an extensive run of 2022 U.S. headline tour dates in support of their recently-released 11th studio album Bodies (Rise Records). Tickets to the dates, which begin in February and feature support from Cold Cave, will be on sale to fan club members this Wednesday, June 23 from 10am-10pm local … Continue reading

The Used Announce Co-Headlining Tour with Coheed and Cambria

By: Staff – The Used have announced they will be hitting the road for a co-headlining tour with Coheed And Cambria this fall. The all-outdoor run will include pop-punk trio Meet Me @ The Altar on most dates with rising alt-pop star carolesdaughter on select dates. The 18-city co-headlining tour kicks off on August 27th … Continue reading

Simple Plan & New Found Glory Announce 5 New Dates for “Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour”

By: Staff – Simple Plan and New Found Glory have announced 5 new dates for their upcoming “Pop Punk’s Still Not Dead Tour”. The new dates/cities for the 32-show tour include: Las Vegas on Sept. 5, San Diego on Sept. 6, Denver on Sept. 16, Raleigh on Oct. 10, and Ft. Lauderdale on Oct. 15. … Continue reading

Justin Courtney Pierre Announces New EP “The Price of Salt”, Shares New Song “Firehawk”

By: Staff – Justin Courtney Pierre will release a new solo EP titled, The Price of Salt, on July 9th via Epitaph. Produced by Thomas Rehbein (Small Towns Burn A Little Slower, Farewell Continental, Näive Sense, Robosapien), you can listen to the first track from the EP “Firehawk,” which channels classic ‘90s influences like Fugazi, … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Moni Grace’s New Single “Marilyn Monroe”

By: Staff – Rising pop-punk soul singer-songwriter Moni Grace is back with her new single “Marilyn Monroe”, which can be streamed exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The second single following her 2021 debut album, Safer Under the Covers, the track explores the heartbreak of loss, and was written by Moni in an effort to not … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Watch The Small Calamities’ New Video for “Waste My Time”

By: Staff – Emerging LA-based indie rock band The Small Calamities is back with a new video for “Waste My Time”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. On the single, lead vocalist Charlie Wolf shares, “I was thinking about how sometimes people get older without really maturing or learning which led to this song – ‘I’m not … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Moni Grace’s Debut Album “Safer Under the Covers”

By: Staff – Rising pop-punk soul singer-songwriter Moni Grace has released her debut album, Safer Under the Covers,, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The album includes 16 tracks, including her latest single “Coffee Table,” and features music and lyrics by Grace, guitar by Grace, Rachel Moon,  Cisco V, and Nathan Wright, bass by Jesse Coutu … Continue reading

Motion City Soundtrack’s Justin Courtney Pierre Announces New EP, Shares “Dying To Know”

By: Staff – Motion City Soundtrack frontman Justin Courtney Pierre has announced the release of a new EP titled, An Anthologist on Mars, on March 12th via Epitaph.  Produced by Brett Gurewitz, listen to the first track from the EP “Dying to Know” below. In a statement from Pierre said: My obsession with Debbie Reynolds started at a … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Frontside’s New Single “Einstein Killed Me”

By: Staff – North Carolina-based progressive pop-punk band Frontside is back with their new single “Einstein Killed Me”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Walter Stanley of Frontside shares about the single: “’Einstein Killed Me’ is about the conflicting feelings one goes through knowing that you need to break things off with a significant … Continue reading

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