Ontario, Canada pop punk band, Seaway is currently streaming their new EP All in My Head in its entirety on SoundCloud – listen below. All in My Head, Seaway’s debut release on Pure Noise Records which was engineered and produced by Anton DeLost at MediaOne Studios, will be available everywhere tomorrow. Seaway is also supporting Four Year Strong, Transit and Such Gold on tour November 2nd through 21st.

Forever Came Calling has premiered a new song titled “Transient (I Don’t Miss)” from their upcoming album What Matters Most. What Matters Most was engineered and produced by Kyle Black (New Found Glory, Comeback Kid) in Los Angeles and will be available everywhere October 21st. Forever Came Calling will be on the Pure Noise Records Tour this Fall with label mates State Champs, Handguns, Heart to Heart, Brigades and Front Porch Step.

Baltimore pop-punkers Heavyweights have released their new EP, Keep Your Friends Close. The EP is available to stream in full via Bandcamp – listen below. Formed in 2011, Heavyweights was originally conceived as a project to record a pop-punk version of The Beach Boys iconic Pet Sounds. This was of course absurd, and while it never came to fruition, guitarist and co-songwriter Eric Navarro set out to ensure that his pop-punk band did indeed become a reality.

Gruff punks, Misgivings, detail new EP and stream track “Century”. Misgivings began as an idea in 2013, after a drunken chat at a squat show In Hamburg. Based in Portsmouth, UK, they combine a love of travelling, touring, drinking beers and bands such as Samian, Jawbreaker, Husker Du, Strung Out, Alkaline Trio and Title Fight. Misgivings are stamping their own style on the current Punk scene.