I Prevail Trauma half = 'half neon magenta / half clear' splatter = 'clear / neon magenta splatter' Vinyl editions of the second full length album from the metalcore band I Prevail, following on from their acclaimed debut Lifelines. “Lifelines was about what happens in the wake of getting popular off of the cover we released on our current album. Lifelines is a continuation of that, and how it affects our lives. Trauma is more along the lines of the things that have happened since we have been touring and relationships that have been severed because of our lifestyle and how we’re away from home. A lot of people don’t realise how hard it is to keep a relationship when you’re gone nine months out of the year.” Fearless Records LP
I Don't Know How But They Found Me 1981 Extended Play EP [RSD19] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2019. Any remaining stock will be available online from Saturday 20th April, strictly one per customer. Created by Dallon Weekes (ex-Panic! At The Disco), I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME is a band out of time. Their curious name comes from the film “Back To The Future” and to Weekes, it was a phrase that, on its own, always implied a greater story. One you had to create on your own. IDKhow is a musical entity outside of its own time, one that, according to Weekes, faded away into obscurity in the early 80s, and today, through the internet, sees its performances and recordings being rediscovered by a world that finally just might be ready for it. With an initial seeding of the project to Weekes’ half-million Instagram followers, IDKhow has already accumulated more than 8 Million views on Youtube, 6 Million Spotify streams with early press feedback including: “...the duo vibe of Twenty One Pilots and the rock vibe of what you would want The Beatles to sound like in a modern era." Debut EP ‘1981 Extended Play’ available on limited edition, Red Transparent LP for the first time for Record Store Day 2019. Fearless Records 12" RSD 2019
Set It Off Midnight Set It Off - The Los Angeles-based band - comprised of Cody Carson (vocals), Dan Clermont (guitar), Zach DeWall (guitar) and Maxx Danziger (drums) - have become known for creating their own original brand of pop music, infusing bold electronic elements that guide loud, driving rock instrumentations with guitar riffs as catchy as the choruses and an overall feel-good, dance-worthy vibe. Commanding attention, Set It Off bring authenticity back to pop music in a bold and unapologetic way. Fearless Records CD | LP
I Don't Know How But They Found Me 1981 Extended Play EP The debut EP from the new project of Dallon Weekes (formerly of Panic At The Disco) and Ryan Seaman, now together as I Don't Know How But They Found Me. Totally forward-thinking and funky indie-pop bangers with a theatrical and dramatic edge. Doc Brown utters the famous line just before telling Marty McFly to "run for it." And just as Marty travelled 30 years into the past and righted the wrongs of the present, so have Dallon Weekes(vocals, bass) and Ryan Seaman (drums), resurrecting the songs and innovative spirit of iDKHOW for a new generation starved for creative risk taking and unbound joy. Fearless Records 12"
Plain White T's Parallel Universe The eighth full length album from Chicago quintet Plain White T's, marking a slight return to the vibes of their early roots with plenty of surprises. “Overall we just didn’t pull any punches,” he continues. “We make a lot of moves that you wouldn’t expect all throughout the album. Like, every song has something to get your attention and make sure you’re still listening.” Fearless Records CD
Punk Goes Pop: Vol. 7 Various Artists The seventh album is the 'Punk Goes' series, featuring some massive pop anthems covered by pop-punk through to metalcore bands. Fearless Records CD
Punk Goes Acoustic v/a Brilliant compilation of today's punk and hardcore bands doing acoustic versions of their biggest tracks... Plus you get a free Fearless Records sampler with it! 1. Open Hand (Time To Talk) - 2. Thrice (Trust) - 3. Yellowcard (Firewater) - 4. Sugarcult (Memory) - 5. Finch (Letters To You) - 6. Thursday (A Hole In The World) - 7. Starting Line (Playing Favorites) - 8. Strung Out (Velvet Alley) - 9. Ataris (Eight Or Nine) - 10. Taking Back Sunday (Cute Without The E (Cut From The Team)) - 11. From Autumn To Ashes (Chloroform Perfume) - 12. Rise Against (Swing Life Away) - 13. Piebald (The King) - 14. Rufio (Over It) - 15. Strike Anywhere (Chalk Line) - 16. Noise Ratchet (Away To The Heart) - 17. Coalesce (Blue Collar Lullaby) - 18. Grade (Gathering Darkness) - 19. Glasseater (Alone In The World) - 20. Midtown (Knew It All Along) - Fearless Records CD