There is no love like hometown love. When a band is proud of where they come from, they want to let you know. The simplest way of doing that is naming a song after it. Be it a landmark, a trait or just a straight up homage, these are some of the best examples.
Very exciting news.
Sometimes, it's the simple stuff that makes all the difference.
Knuckle Puck headlined London's Electric Ballroom, with support from Tiny Moving Parts and Movements, and Jenny McCord was there to capture all the action.
This tour is getting bigger and bigger.
There's seven and a half hours of magic viewing.
"Afraid to call and see what's good?"
With more circle pits than any other band on Slam Dunk, Knuckle Puck's sets weren't to be missed. Fortunately Ben Gibson didn't miss them, so now you get to experience what their set at Slam Dunk South was like.
Great line-up is great.
'Shifted' is starting to take shape.
'Shifted' is coming, and pretty soon too.
"This was not an easy decision, but it is the right decision to make."
"We support those affected by recent allegations."
“You’re never gonna get the girl / You’re never gonna change the world.”
This is 'Want Me Around'.
Holiday celebrations like no other.