The four-track EP hearkens back to the youthful energy of the band’s early releases.
Ahead of their Las Vegas residency, Mark Hoppus & co. also rocked “Kings of the Weekend”.
Emo titans are back with their first new tunes since 2016’s Integrity Blues.
The band cited “personal reasons” as the reason for Reyes’ departure.
Plus, watch a video for the mixtape’s lead single, “Your Eyes Are Bleeding” and see the rapper’s upcoming tour dates.
The emo pioneers have signed to Polyvinyl Record Co.
“Our summer is just going to be trying to write, jam,” Blake Schwarzenbach revealed in a recent interview.
For nearly two decades, the Florida band felt suffocated and held back by the label.
Veteran acts including Taking Back Sunday, Sum 41, The Used, Less Than Jake, and Reel Big Fish will take part in the touring festival’s final edition.
Emo punk luminaries bring their reunion tour to New York.
Epitaph Records signees will also tour the US alongside Sorority Noise.
The 28-date trek launches in July.