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UTG PREMIERE: Life Lessons – ‘What The Silence Meant’ EP

Oklahoma-based pop-punk band Life Lessons flourishes with their brand new EP, What The Silence Meant. The record has moments, like leadoff track “Hang Your Head,” where the band is utterly abrasive and emotional — the music jumps out from the speakers and pierces through you with every transparent vibration. And then there are moments on […]


Handguns Stream New Album, ‘Life Lessons’

Pop punk favorites Handguns have released a full stream of their upcoming album, Life Lessons. Premiering exclusively on Substream, Life Lessons showcases handguns at their most focused and mature. As guitarist Brandon Pagano explained back in May, “Musically, we went in and wrote a faster, more aggressive record. I don’t think we meant to, but […]


Handguns Stream “Queens”

Handguns have partnered with our friends at Rocksound to premiere a new song titled “Queens.” The latest track to surface off Handguns‘ upcoming third album, Life Lessons, “Queens” channels the youthful drive to chase whatever dreams come your way against a wall of pop punk ripe with a late-90s influence. Vocalist Taylor Eby says Life […]


Handguns Announce ‘Life Lessons’ Album Release Tour

Pure Noise Records pop punk act Handguns will release their sophomore album, Life Lessons, on July 8. Just after the record hits stores, the band will play a series of album release shows in the eastern half of the US. The short tour starts July 11 in Nutley, New Jersey and goes through July 16, […]

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Handguns Stream New Song “Sleep Deprived”

Handguns have released a new song from their upcoming record Life Lessons called “Sleep Deprived.” You can check it out after the jump. Listening to the new track, it’s apparent that the band went through a few lineup changes following the release of their 2012 debut record Angst. The change isn’t necessarily a bad thing, […]


Handguns Pit “Heart Vs. Head” On New Song, ‘Life Lessons’ Out July 8

Despite a tumultuous past plagued with van troubles and lineup changes, Handguns have managed to consistently pump out solid pop punk songs with relatable lyrics and catchy choruses. “Heart Vs. Head,” the first taste of new music from the group since 2012’s Angst, couples those familiar features with the most aggressive guitar tones and driving […]