K! Fresh Blood stars Knuckle Puck have released a stirring new video exclusively with Kerrang!
Chicago pop-punk realists Knuckle Puck have hit us square in the feels all over again – this time it’s via the rousing video for their single, Pretense. The soaring track is taken from their debut full length, Copacetic, which was released last summer via Rise Records.
Speaking about the video, Knuckle Puck singer Joe Taylor says: “We went to Canada a few weeks ago to shoot this music video for Pretense with Miguel Barbosa and YEAH! Films. It was an incredible experience and the video turned out to be one of the favourites we’ve made so far. The past six months following Copacetic have been great ones and we’re so glad that so many fans are supporting us and this release. We’ll be touring in the States, Europe, and Australia throughout the rest of 2016, and we hope to see you there.”
You can watch the video for Pretense below, and don’t forget to leave us your comments!
Knuckle Puck tour the UK in March and April with support from Seaway and Boston Manor – you can get your tickets from the Kerrang! Ticket Store here!
29 March – Southampton Joiners
30 March – Bristol Exchange
31 March – Cardiff Clwb ifor Bach
1 April – London Underworld
2 April – Norwich Waterfront
4 April – Manchester Sound Control
5 April – Newcastle Think Tank
6 April – Glasgow Audio
7 April – Leeds Key Club
8 April – Liverpool Arts Club Lofe
9 April – Nottingham Bodega
1 April – Kingston Fighting Cocks
That got you in the mood for some pop-punk? Well, check out our list of the 50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums Ever!
The 50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums Ever
Draw the battlelines, choose your sides, and get ready for baggy-shorted warfare, as we count down the most essential slabs of pop-punk bounce ever. From Green Day to New Found Glory, via blink-182, Descendents, Paramore, Ramones, All Time Low and more, there is just one rule: each band can only feature in our countdown with one album. So, who will reign supreme?
50. State Champs - The Finer Things
49. Allister - Last Stop Suburbia
48. Set Your Goals - Mutiny!
47. The Queers - Don't Back Down
46. Say Anything - ...Is A Real Boy
45. Mest - Mest
44. Lifetime - Jersey's Best Dancers
43. Saves The Day - Through Being Cool
42. Latterman - None Of These Songs Are About Girls
41. The Muffs - Blonder And Blonder
40. Snuff - Demmamussabebonk
39. Yellowcard - Ocean Avenue
38. The Story So Far - What You Don't See
37. Mayday Parade - A Lesson In Romantics
36. Neck Deep - Life's Not Out To Get You
35. Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
34. The Academy Is... - Almost Here
33. Screeching Weasel - Emo
32. Millencolin - Pennybridge Pioneers
31. Jimmy Eat World - Bleed American
30. Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady
29. The Ataris - So Long, Astoria
28. The Movielife - Forty Hour Train Back To Penn
27. Brand New - Your Favourite Weapon
26. The Starting Line - Say It Like You Mean It
25. Simple Plan - No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls
24. The Bouncing Souls - How I Spent My Summer Vacation
23. MXPX - The Ever Passing Moment
22. Four Year Strong - Enemy Of The World
21. Tonight Alive - The Other Side
20. Bowling For Soup - Drunk Enough To Dance
19. The Vandals - Hitler Bad, Vandals Good
18. The Get Up Kids - Something To Write Home About
17. Motion City Soundtrack - My Dinosaur Life
16. Rancid - ...And Out Come The Wolves
15. All Time Low - Nothing Personal
14. Sum 41 - All Killer, No Filler
13. Operation Ivy - Energy
12. Good Charlotte - The Young And The Hopeless
11. Fall Out Boy - Take This To Your Grave
10. The Wonder Years - Suburbia I've Given You All...
9. A Day To Remember - Homesick
8. Paramore - All We Know Is Falling
7. The Offspring - Smash
6. NOFX - Punk In Drublic
5. Ramones - Ramones
4. Descendents - Milo Goes To College
3. New Found Glory - Sticks And Stones
2. Green Day - Dookie
1. blink-182 - Enema Of The State
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