Track of the Week: Hate You Sober by MEST

Beloved Chicago pop-punk band MEST will release the new album 'Youth' via SBÄM Records on June 21.

Following the release of the lead single WHEN WE WERE YOUNG" (feat. Jaret Reddick from Bowling For Soup), MEST has just debuted the second single, "HATE YOU SOBER" (ft. Spencer Charnas of Ice Nine Kills. The track delves into the theme of a toxic relationship, depicting how one might endure it by numbing themselves with alcohol, while also exploring the journey towards summoning the courage to break free from the toxicity.

Stream "Hate You Sober" / Pre-Save 'Youth' HERE:

Artist of the Week: Bobby Mahoney

Bobby Mahoney has made a name for itself in the vibrant Asbury Park, NJ music scene, sharing the stage with the likes of Frank Turner, Against Me!, Steve Earle, Dave Hause, opening for Bon Jovi, and jamming with Bruce Springsteen and other notable songwriters at multiple Light Of Day Music Festivals, which benefit Parkinson's, ALS, and PSP research. They most recently appeared at SXSW where they played the Wicked Cool Records Revue! at Austin's legendary Continental Club.

Bobby Mahoney | Guitar, Vocals
James McIntosh | Drums
Andrew Saul | Guitar, Vocals
Jon Chang-Soon | Bass, Vocals

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Hottie of the Week: McFly

McFly is an English pop rock/pop band formed in London in 2003. The band took their name from the Back to the Future character Marty McFly. The band consists of Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter, and Harry Judd. 

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