The song's great, too.
Of course it is!
Beardcore is back. And in a big way.
Yeah, we said moshtastic.
Circle pits, crowdsurfers... this video has it all.
Beards. Riffs. POP-PUNK.
A self-titled album is on the way. POP-PUNK.
Four Year Strong and the Pure Noise Records tour hit London last night, and they brought labelmates Hit The Lights and Forever Came Calling (plus outsiders Light You Up) along for the ride. Our man Ben Gibson was there to soak in the pop-punk.
Vocalist Nick Thompson will have to sit out their UK shows with Four Year Strong, but the band have a plan...
The pop-punk tour of the decade is rolling into town very soon, and we've hooked a pretty sweet competition with the Pure Noise Records folks to celebrate.
That down there is the new Hit The Lights track 'The Real'. It's absolutely mega.
Download Festival brought all the surprises (but not King 810). The world was introduced to PVRIS, Brand New started fucking with us and it was the beginning of the end for The Blackout. June had many highs and many lows, but we made it out alive. Just!
Four Year Strong, Hit The Lights, Forever Came Calling and Light You Up on one bill? HOLY POP-PUNK, YOU GUYS.
As well as running this here website day in, day out, we also make a magazine every month. Here's a look at just a little bit of what goes into each issue. And remember, if you subscribe now, you'll get five issues for £5 plus a FREE copy of Four Year Strong's 'Go Down In History' EP.
Issue 191 of Rock Sound is pretty much a pop-punk special, and inside, we give our run-down of the genre's 51 most essential albums. Inspired by the feature, we'll be running a bunch of video playlists throughout the month to showcase some of pop-punk's finest video moments.
It's been a big release week for them, but does it still suck to be in Four Year Strong? Errr NOPE. Here's why.
'Go Down In History' is out this week through Pure Noise Records. Read our review, then stream it in full.
Four Year Strong released their latest video over the weekend for 'Go Down In History', the title track from their new EP. It's a Warped Tour montage (obviously), and despite that big-ass sign above the stage, they still manage to get a circle pit or two going down front.
We give Four Year Strong's latest EP the review treatment. The question is: will they, um, go down in history?