I am proud to bring you an exclusive song stream from Boston punk rock band, A Common Goal. The song is a cover of a False Idle song titled “Where Do We Go” done with that old school A Common Goal punk sound. This song will appear on the upcoming “Split Decision” release with False Idle due out December 16th on Thumper Punk Records. Listen to the song below. If you’d like to take a listen to the False Idle song premiere over on Indie Vision Music, click here.
Craig’s Brother are in the final stretch of their kickstarter campaign to fund a new Ep and 7″ titled “The Story of How We All Died”. There are just 15 hours left in the campaign and they are 39% funded of their $8525 goal. Consider contributing to this campaign by pre-ordering the Ep/Vinyl right here. I’ve also included a little Spotify playlist of some CB tunes to listen to below to refresh your memory. Let’s get this funded!
Former Rufio singer, Scott Sellers, starts new band called Mercy Street and completely blows the lid off the pop punk genre. What his band had accomplished in the past decade with Rufio is turned up to 11 on this new full length under the Mercy Street name, and then some. Picking right up where Rufio left off on their last proper full length “Anybody Out There” but heading in a more edgy, less “commercial” direction. Songs like “Building Tolerance”, “Out of the Question”, “Guilty Conscience”, “Caught by the Wind”, “Die Young”, and the great closer “We See the Ending”, show the band at their strongest, most captivating. This band hits you over the head with a two ton hammer of alluring pop-punk and doesn’t relent for the entirety of “Let Me Live”. If you’ve been on the hunt for a straight forward, fast, and melodic, slightly aggressive, pop punk record with a bite, look no further than Scott and his band or ruffians called Mercy Street. Recommended for fans of old Slick Shoes, Rufio, old old AFI, New Found Glory, Much the Same. Listen here: