Formed in 2011, Seaway has become known for their own brand of pop punk, one that is fun and infectious, to say the least.
A band called The Maine are back with their sixth studio album, You Are OK and it’s every bit the amazing offering we were hoping for as a follow up to their 2017 record Lovely Little Lonely.
Good Charlotte was one of my favourite bands back in 2002 and every time they’ve released an album since I’ve really enjoyed it.
Linden Marissen has been playing the drums for over half his lifetime, 12 years.
WSTR are a pop-punk band from Liverpool, but despite this being their home country they’ve not been here in a while.
Hot off of tour with Fall Out Boy in the States playing shows to huge audiences with material from their new album Living Proof, State Champs descended on the Roundhouse in London.
Aussie trio Stand Atlantic have outdone themselves with their debut album Skinny Dipping out on Hopeless Records, their brand new home.
The Californian pop-punk outfit that is The Story So Far have been knocking about for over ten years.
Knuckle Puck is a pop-punk band from the suburbs of Illinois who have been making a splash in the scene for a good few years now and although I’ve personally never seen them play, I thought it was time to rectify that.
With Confidence are an Australian pop-punk band from Sydney who are signed to Hopeless Records, which in itself is a good sign of an excellent band because the Hopeless Records roster tends to be impeccable.
Spirits were high as old-school punk rockers descended on the O2 Forum Kentish Town in their droves to see a stellar lineup of live music starting at early doors of 5pm.
The Maine played an intimate show at Dingwalls and I was over the moon to be there. They are a band I have loved and followed the career of since their incarnation 11 years ago, and I have watched them grow and develop as people and as a band. I have enjoyed every show of theirs I’ve been to, with […]
Stand Atlantic have toured with the likes of New Found Glory, State Champs, As It Is and ROAM, and have fast been making a strong name for themselves in the pop-punk scene despite still being a young band. We caught up with vocalist and guitarist Bonnie Fraser, bassist David Potter and drummer Jonno Panichi in London at their warm-up show […]
I first heard of Stand Atlantic whilst searching artists that would be on the Slam Dunk lineup, and realized they were the band behind ‘Mess I Made’.
Kenneths opened for INK. as the only support act for the show at Camden Assembly, and they got everyone in the mood with ease on account of being really quite good!
I first heard of Movements earlier this year when a tour announcement piqued my curiosity and so I gave a quick listen to their first full-length album Feel Something, released on Fearless Records at the end of last year.