Daily Riot Fest RoundupFriday, June 30th, 2017
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Action Bronson dropped a brand new music video today, for the previously grooved-upon track “Let Me Breathe” is absolutely and completely off the string. Buckle up and enjoy!
Every day that we’re still alive during these tumultuous times is cause for celebration, but at some point in the last 24 hours, The Smoking Popes released a new song, and we can’t help but rejoice just a little bit harder today. Josh Caterer writes what’s in his heart, and more often than not there’s been a woman involved. This time, Josh’s heart takes aim at the current regime:
“This is a protest song against Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement and his agenda to resuscitate the American coal industry. It’s a brand new song, we only played it a few times before shooting the video, so it’s pretty raw. We’re working on a studio version which will hopefully be released soon, with proceeds benefitting the fight for a cleaner environment.”
Preach on, brother Josh!
Jimmy Eat World just released a cool, artistically-edited live video for “Get Right,” off of last year’s Integrity Blues.
All-American Rejects teased its first new music since 2012’s Kids In the Street over at Billboard, with a trailer, and an interview with Tyson Ritter in regards to what those dreamboats have been up to for the last few years. They’re releasing full versions of two new songs next week, but in the meantime…
Hurry on over to Public Enemy‘s Bandcamp page to download Nothing Is Quick In the Desert, the new album that is available for FREE download through the 4th of July! This is our…Independence Day!
— Bob Mould (@bobmouldmusic) June 9, 2017
2016 alum Bob Mould finished up a tour in April, and he’s selling signed prints on his web store now. Proceeds are benefitting Planned Parenthood!
— Touche Amore (@ToucheAmore) June 29, 2017
Touche Amoré is looking great on their current tour.
— tigers jaw (@tigersjaw) May 19, 2017
Have you heard Tigers Jaw’s new album yet?
speedy ortiz is gonna start playing shows again next month RT if i should play a double neck guitar
— sadie dupuis (@sad13) June 15, 2017
Guitar queen Sadie Dupuis is heading out with Speedy Ortiz, and wants some ideas on what kind of axe to bring.
— Cayetana (@CayetanaPhilly) May 25, 2017