Scene Queen Drops Her New Single and Video “Whips and Chains” – Debut Album Out Soon

Scene Queen recently released her new anthem, ‘Whips & Chains,’ along with its own video. It is the latest single to be taken from her upcoming debut full-length, Hot Singles In Your Area, arriving 28th June via Hopeless Records. Catch the new video and more in the article below.
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PVRIS Drops New Single “Burn The Witch” Featuring Tommy Genesis and Alice Longyu-Gao

Collaborating with Canadian rapper, Tommy Genesis, and experimental DJ/producer/vocalist Alice Longyu-Gao, as well as the track’s co-writer, Kanner, PVRIS have released their first song of the year, “Burn The Witch.” The track will serve as the lead single to their forthcoming project, which is due this spring via Hopeless Records, and follows up her fourth studio album, Evergreen. This April, PVRIS also embarks on a 47-date international headlining tour, with stops at the infamous Troxy in London, and The Wiltern in Los Angeles. Find the new song and more below.
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INTERVIEW: Pinkshift Discusses The Jump to Performing at Music Festivals at Riot Fest

Ghost Cult Keefy hung out with Ashrita, Myron, and Paul of Baltimore’s Pinkshift at Riot Fest! The band discussed their leap to performing at festivals, thoughts on touring, the vibe check when playing with heavier bands, some thoughts on festival clashes both as a band, and as fans, and more! They were great live, and super nice in person, so give them a follow and check out their music!

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ALBUM REVIEW: Neck Deep – Neck Deep

There’s no question about it; if you follow modern pop punk, you know what a massive influence Neck Deep has had on the scene for the past decade. Ever since they made Life’s Not Out To Get You, one of the best pop punk albums of the 2010s (dare I say, of all time?), the British rockers have been a prominent staple in pop punk history. Even with the bar set so high, they continued to stack their catalog with upbeat anthems to blast from your car speakers with the windows down.Continue reading

Hopeless Records (Scene Queen, Waterparks, Guttermouth) to Celebrate 30th Anniversary with Events and Collectors Item

Playing an influential role in the music industry for three decades, Hopeless Records has announced a year’s worth of special initiatives, celebrating their history. They will host an invite only event at Valley Relics Museum on December 8, 2023, showcasing memorabilia, artwork, artists, and milestones. The exhibit will open to the public the following day, then travel nationwide with stops at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH, and The Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas, NV. Find out more below.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Pvris – Evergreen


Evergreen (Hopeless Records) is a very ambitious album and frankly by far the most thematically well-rounded and best effort from Pvris yet. Lyndsey Gerd Gunnulfsen has seamlessly planted a flag on the moon here, showing it was her that made this project special all along. Not only a queer champion, Gunnulfsen is a top-notch creator and performer who can back it up with grade-A material with startling philosophical depth amidst the beats and hooks. 

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ALBUM REVIEW: Trophy Eyes – Suicide And Sunshine


Five years and a near-breakup since their last full-length record, Australian rock outfit Trophy Eyes have fortunately returned for the foreseeable future. The long-awaited fourth album, Suicide And Sunshine (Hopeless Records) has reinforced the connection shared between the four-piece band. In the process, they made their most vocally, musically, and emotionally diverse collection of songs yet. 

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INTERVIEW: Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside Discusses “The Red” EP, Covers, and More New Music Coming Soon


Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside caught up with us, discussing the new ep The Red – out now on Hopeless Records! Nick discussed the new EP, the history of the band, their penchant for covers and collabs, new music they are in the studio making right now, and much more!

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Used – Heartwork

While everyone is talking about one particular emo band making a comeback in 2020, there has been one band that has been consistent since 2002, The Used. The Ohioans are as relevant now as they were in 2004 and are here to deliver their eighth album Heartwork (Big Noise), produced by John Feldmann (Goldfinger), the album is packed with style—a quick blast of energy and intense rhythm. The album has many guest appearances that will become classic staples. Continue reading

Circa Survive Announces “The Blue Sky 10 Year Anniversary Tour”

Proggy post-Hardcore legends Circa Survive have announced their “The Blue Sky 10 Year Anniversary Tour”. VIP bundles are on sale now at the link below, with the public on sale for tickets going live this Friday, 10/25 at 10 AM EST at the link below. The band is still supporting its 2017 album The Amulet (Hopeless Records). Continue reading