Magic Sugar Coffee are an emerging pop-punk duo currently based in Switzerland. The British/American group have been noted for their catchy melodies and punky guitar-driven riffs, reminiscent of All Time Low and New Found Glory in the mid-2000s.
Maryland natives, All Time Low are arguably one of the biggest pop-punk bands in the world. Known for their catchy hooks, relatable lyrics, and staggering live shows, this energetic foursome are back and ready to rock with their brand new single!
America Part Two on their new album Price of A Nation, environmental concerns, and connecting with fans during the pandemic
America Part Two are a punk trio originating from New Jersey, consisting of Alex Fabio on vocals and guitar, Fred Rainville on additional vocals and bass, and Sam Weingarten on drums. The band have stated that they have one ultimate mission with their music; to “Perpetuate Love // Fight Hate.”
The Pretty Reckless are an alternative rock band hailing from gritty New York City. The musical quartet consists of Taylor Momsen on vocals, Ben Phillips on guitar, Mark Damon on bass, and Jamie Perkins on drums.
Los Angeles quintet Hollywood Undead are arguably one of the most recognized rap-rock groups of the 21st century. They are set to release their latest album New Empire, Vol. 2, on December 4.
Nashville born songstress Lindsay Latimer is proving to be a real up and coming success story.
Through Fire are a hard rock/alternative metal quartet, hailing from Nebraska, USA. They are set to release their next studio album All Animal on July 19 through Emphatic Records.
New Zealand native Theia is definitely an artist to watch in the coming months. She is best known for her catchy lyrics, breathy vocals and dreamy synthesizers, which are extremely reminiscent of fellow Kiwi songstress, Lorde – just with a bit more oomph!
Pop-punk four-piece Homesafe are on track to release their debut EP titled One on June 29. The group, who are originally from the town of Oak Lawn in Illinois, have an undeniably fabulous guitar-driven sound which is incredibly memorable.
Leeds-based electronic/dream pop quartet Luna Pines are set to release their debut EP The House That We Lived In, which is available to stream and download on June 1.
Born and bred in Leeds, electronic pop four-piece Victors are a fairly recent addition to the music scene. The band formed only three years ago and after the success of previous EP releases Holding On and Turn Out The Lights, the quartet are back – ready to take over our eardrums once again.