The Round-upMonday November 13th, 2017

Today we have new music from SNDWNR, video clips from NO//LIARS & Eat Your Heart Out. Void of Vision release new EP, and a pre-Schooner Or Later party on Saturday afternoon.

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SNDWNR RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘SOCIAL HAUNTS’
Young Melbourne punk band SNDWNR follow up a number of EP’s with a new single, ‘Social Haunts‘ freshly released.

The recording was created under the guidance of Mike Deslandes (High Tension, The Nation Blue) and is the second single release from the band this year.

A self reflective slice of Power Pop / Punk Rock influenced by bands such as The Menzingers, Bouncing Souls and Luca Brasi, you can check it out below.

Catch the band launching it this Friday night at Ric’s in Brisbane, Saturday night at Fat Louie’s in Brisbane and Sunday night at Woody’s in Collingwood.

VOID OF VISION RELEASE NEW EP
Void of Vision released a surprise EP, ‘Disturbia‘ last Friday via UNFD.

The follow-up release from last year’s debut album, ‘Children Of Chrome‘, ‘Disturbia‘ is available to stream below, and download on digital services now, and you can also pre-order the limited-edition 7″ vinyl [Here].

Later this month, Void of Vision will head out on a co-headline tour with Graves, then will kick off the year at UNIFY 18 before jumping on a plane to Europe and the UK supporting Miss May I.

SCHOONER OR LATER PRE-PARTY THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Looking to make a big weekend of the sold out Schooner or Later Cruise with Clowns, Dad Religion and more this weekend?

Why not have a lil’ party at Sydney Park with Lindsay McDougall, Billy Demos, The Brother’s Nude, Ess-em & a few more surprises this Saturday afternoon. Things will kicking off from 12pm and go until around 4pm.

Tickets are $10 and available [Here]. No hard tickets, your name will go onto a list. So as to have the best idea on numbers, it is advised that you do pre-purchase now. BYO chair / blanket and load the esky with drinks (no bottles though).

Back onto the cruise this Sunday, it is looking like a very small amount (you can count ’em on one hand) will be released this week. Get on the waiting list [Here]. First in best dressed. Don’t rock up without a tickets as there will be none available on the day.

NO//LIARS RELEASE ‘ANIMAL’ SINGLE
With one self-produced EP under their belt, NO//LIARS enlisted the help of Jesse Gander of Rain City Recorders (Japandroids, White Lung, The Pack A.D) to record their first full length, ‘The Cause & The Cure‘ (Due in early 2018).

The first taste of the sessions comes in the form of the single ‘Animal‘.

At it’s root, ‘Animal’ is about struggling with inner turmoil and recognizing the darkest parts of ourselves. We wanted the video to portray the terror of losing touch with reality when facing one’s inner demons.

Check out the video clip below.

EAT YOUR HEART OUT ANNOUNCE EP, SHARE VIDEO
A recent signing to Fearless Records / Caroline Australia, Eat Your Heart Out have announced a new EP, ‘Mind Games‘, due 1st December.

The Newcastle locals have also shared a new video for the first single, ‘Conscience‘ (featuring Patrick Miranda of Movements).

Since their emergence in 2012, Eat Your Heart Out have self-released two EPs, ‘Distance Between Us‘ (2015) and ‘Carried Away‘ (2017), and toured with the likes of Trophy Eyes, Hands Like Houses, Knuckle Puck, Real Friends, and many others.

Check out the new video clip below. Pre-order the EP [Here].

PHOTO CREDIT

NO//LIARS photo by Lindsey Blane

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