Articles about Pop Punk
The Front Bottoms join Blink 182 UK tour
Having already announced Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls as support for their tour, Blink 182 just took it one step further and added New Jersey 4 piece The Front Bottoms to their UK dates as well. Having built up a solid fan base over the last few years, the bands latest release, Needy When […]
Taking Names Say Anything!
Norwegian pop punkers Taking Names have released new single Say Anything! The track is taken from their forthcoming EP Trap City set for release on Loyal Blood Records on February 24, 2017. The band are reminiscent of the old school 90s/early 00’s pop punkers that brought the genre to the forefront. Check out Say Anything […]
As It Is – Hey Rachel
Today’s track of the day comes from our favourite trans-Atlantic pop punkers As It Is. The quintet’s latest single Hey Rachel is taken from their recently released and critically acclaimed second album Okay. Vocalist Patty Walters opens up about the very personal track; “Hey Rachel was an especially cathartic song to write, re-opening old wounds […]
Miami Monroe – Miami Monroe
Hailing from Glasgow, a pop-punk quintet named Miami Monroe have stepped forward to provide you with an EP that you shouldn’t cast aside. As an epic Intro starts off the EP, you are not sure what to expect, with a repeated guitar lead, as it slowly builds up, as if you are about to start […]
WSTR: Blazing New Waves on the Music Scene
Pop Punk band WSTR from Liverpool are making waves with their exciting debut album: Red, Green or Inbetween – which has been generating a lot of positive response after it’s debut on the 20th of January. They have hit the ground running in 2017, not only with their new album but also with a UK […]
The Wonder Years @ Koko, London
Check out Helen Messengers wicked shots of The Wonder Years from Koko, London!
“James Has Even Yanked On The Steering Wheel While Asleep In The Front With Me Driving” | Alt Corner Chat With Trash Boat
With Their Upcoming Tour With Wonder Years Fast Approaching, Here At Alt Corner, We Took Some Time Out With Trash Boat To See What The St. Albans Outfit Have To Come Next…
Monster Download festival lineup announcement!
Download festival has announced a mammoth 48 bands to it’s already incredible lineup! Festival organiser Andy Copping says; “We’re committed to delivering the best in rock and metal year on year for the Download fans, and this year is no exception. We’re thrilled to have core acts in the likes of Steel Panther, A Day […]
A catch up with Junior!
What do you get when you combine a childrens author, the head of a not-for-profit organisation and a professional wrestler? Well you get Welsh pop-punk trio Junior of course! Following on from their 2015 JuniorLand record and 2016’s split EP Junior Fierce with Fierce Morgan, the trio have been busy with their day jobs (including […]
When I received this EP to review and looked through the band’s influences I was intrigued after two words, Brand New. Hampshire’s self proclaimed ‘Altpunx’, Kilkovec drop their latest EP ‘Plunge’ on the 27th of January and from the first listen I knew I’d love it. As previously mentioned, Kilkovec draw influence from bands such […]
Waterparks – Royal
2017 is picking up where 2016 left off for Waterparks! They are set to embark on their first ever headline US tour followed by a run in the UK supporting pop-punk legends All Time Low. Ahead of these, they have released the video for new single Royals. The track is the latest to be lifted […]
As It Is – “Okay”
Since the release of their highly-praised 2015 debut album Never Happy, Ever After, Brighton, UK’s As It Is have garnered an ever-growing, devout fan following with their sincere and relatable lyrics, charged with energised pop-rock melodies. With the release of their sophomore album Okay., the members of the transatlantic quintet – Patty Walters (vocals), Benjamin […]
Junior, As The Sun Sleeps and Montreux Fires @ Full Moon, Cardiff
It’s gig number one of 2017 for me and the Full Moon club in Cardiff’s infamous Womanby Street is the venue. It’s a free show arranged by the charity Heads Above the Waves, a non-profit organisation that raises awareness of depression and self-harm in young people and promoting positive and creative ways of dealing with […]
Coast to Coast – Post Graduation
Today’s track fo the day comes from Birmingham pop punkers Coast to Coast. They have just announced their new EP The Length of a Smile is to be released on March 24 and the lead single Post Graduation is our track of the day! Frontman Kieran Hyland says of the track; “I recently graduated from […]