Sunliner Prove They Are Above Average with “Average At Best”

Maybe it’s because they come from Leeds, home of half of the world-famous Reading and Leeds festivals.

Maybe it’s because this isn’t their first rodeo – the band was previously known as Jake & The Jellyfish.

Either way, one thing’s for sure: “Average At Best” certainly isn’t average.

The song has a nice blend of folk punk with slightly heavier guitars – think of Dropkick Murphys meet Frank Turner, sans bagpipes. That’s Sunliner.

You can find more information on Sunliner’s various pages: Facebook | Instagram | Spotify


The Dirty Nil are Done With Drugs

Canadian rock trio The Dirty Nil have ditched drugs – and hope that the drugs are done with them, too.

While most artists are unable to work on new music together at the moment (thanks COVID…), The Dirty Nil have an advantage: the trio live together.

That means they can forge ahead with writing and recording new music, getting ready for the release of their third full-length album.

Listen to the song below and stay up to date on the band’s Facebook and Instagram. You can also find them on your streaming platform of choice!

thedirtynil · Done with Drugs

The Dead Minutes Get Gritty With “Fear”

For fans of Wade-era Gallows, Alexisonfire, Billy Talent, and more, we’ve got a treat for you!

Based in Nova Scotia, The Dead Minutes blend post punk and hardcore to create “Fear”. The track features gritty guitars that have a clear and cutting tone with gang vocals and a strong lead to really stand out.

Though the band has clear influences, they bring in their own unique and original sound to keep things fresh.

The only thing you should fear is missing out on this band!


German pop punk group Coffee Talk views their Reflections

Pop punk is alive and well in Leipzig, Germany.

The four-piece band Coffee Talk have released a video for “Reflections” which does a great job of proving it.

Citing classics such as Jimmy Eat World and Taking Back Sunday as their influences, the band also draws from new-school artists like Knuckle Puck and Real Friends to craft their unique sound.

You can find Coffee Talk on Facebook and Instagram. Listen now!