Boston Manor Welcome To The Neighbourhood Indies exclusive LP is red and white half-and-half vinyl. The follow up to 2016's Be Nothing from Blackpool's alt-rockers Boston Manor, who we've had play a bunch of times in Kingston. Branching well out from their pop-punk roots, the newer songs are an energised blend of alt-rock soaked in darkness and melancholy. We're big fans and you should be too. In the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, Blackpool was this booming town. It was a holiday destination, a place where you can go to forget all your troubles and now things here are just so f*cked up – there are huge drug problems and a 40 per cent unemployment rate in the winter. It was once this beautiful thing and it’s become a little bit broken." But the theme is also laced with hope. “I’m just trying to draw attention to a few issues,” continues Henry. “The things that are important to my generation are just so trivial in my eyes, but who am I to say? I can’t really offer any immediate solutions, but I can try to throw a bucket of cold water on some of my peers, to just get them to feel more and think more and not be so apathetic.” Pure Noise Records CD | LP Signed
Hawthorne Heights Bad Frequencies The new full length album from the classic emo-rockers Hawthorne Heights, sounding like they've pushed for a pop-punk influence on this album with their big and punchy choruses. Singer and guitarist JT Woodruff states: "We wrote 'Bad Frequencies' over the course of a year, which was our longest writing process as a band. We played 170 shows in 2017, wrote every moment that we could, then demoed, then recorded an album. I think we fit everything we possibly could in 365 days, and we are very proud of that." Pure Noise CD | LP
State Champs Living Proof We've got our own exclusive pressing of this! Red in white coloured vinyl. /300. The hugely anticipated third studio album from the awesome American pop-punkers State Champs, following on from Around The World And Back which saw a deluxe edition and an impressive feature-length tour documentary Pure Noise CD | LP Exclusive
Like Pacific In Spite Of Me We've got an exclusive Banquet variant! half mustard yellow / half grimace purple, /200. Following on from their awesome 2016 album Distant Like You Asked, Canadian pop-punkers Like Pacific are back with another blaster of an album titled In Spite Of Me. An infectious blend of pop-punk with plenty of aggression and far-reaching vocals for the fans of Knuckle Puck, Seaway, Trophy Eyes and Trash Boat. “I spent months trying to figure someone out”, vocalist Jordan Black says of the song’s inspiration, “I forgot who I was supposed to be. I tried to change that with sedatives. I wish I wasn’t so transparent.” Pure Noise Records CD | LP Exclusive
Forever Came Calling / Family Thief Split Expected 18th November Pop-punks Forever Came Calling lay down two acoustic songs on this split with acoustic-punk Family Thief. https://www.facebook.com/FamilyThief https://www.facebook.com/forevercamecalling Pure Noise 7"
The American Scene By Way Of Introduction Expected soon - Hit 'Notify Me' and we'll let you know when its in! The American Scene play indie-punk that sounds like a cross between The Dangerous Summer, Brand New and The Front Bottoms http://www.facebook.com/theamericanscene Pure Noise CD
To The Wind The Brighter View Expected 7th October Full-length from Seattle melodic hardcore five-pieve To The Wind Pure Noise CD Pre-Order