“The End of the Game” is the lead single and opening track of Weezer’s upcoming album Van Weezer, out next May via Crush Music.
PUP solidifies itself as one of this decade's best pop punk acts with Morbid Stuff.
For a covers album orchestrated by a popular rock band, The Teal Album could've turned out much worse.
As you might've gleaned from its title, Pop Music finds Remo Drive taking their sound in a poppier direction. The results are decent but brief.
Exuding copious amounts of raw positivity, You're Not Alone is a triumphant return to music for Andrew W.K.
Apart from the great lead single "Only Acting," this new Kero Kero Bonito EP is pretty scant.
Kero Kero Bonito is back with a new single called "Only Acting," which is being heralded as their first song to prominently feature rock instrumentation. The hook is power pop bliss, but there's a bit of a dark undercurrent to the whole thing, which I at first suspected came simply from the uncanny VHS quality of the music video. But of course that darkness eventually comes to the surface when the song (to steal a reference from the YouTube comment section) goes Doki Doki on our asses.
No word on a new album just yet, but I can already tell this'll be the one to convert Myke C-Town, mark my words. In the meantime, you can find Anthony's review of the band's debut LP Bonito Generation here.