Knuckle Puck Release New Song And Music Video For 'Disdain'

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New Album "Copacetic"
Out July 31 Pre-Orders Available Now

Performing On 2015 Vans Warped Tour

Pop-punk band Knuckle Puck is thrilled to announce the release of their new song and music video for "Disdain."

This is the first single from the band's debut full length "Copacetic," out July 31 via Rise Records.

Fans can stream the song and watch the official music video for "Disdain", as well as pre-order the album now, here:

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"Filming with Max Moore for 'Disdain' was truly incredible," guitarist Kevin Maida said. "His attention to detail and range of creativity worked very well with us. We could not be more excited to finally show people what the next chapter of our band will sound like with the new album."

On Copacetic (named one of the Most Anticipated Albums of 2015 by Alternative Press), the band set out to flip the script on what's expected from Knuckle Puck without losing sight of the foundation that's converted thousands of devoted fans around the world: rough-around-the-edges urgency buoyed by vocalist Joe Taylor's explosive, gritty vocals.

The name, Copacetic, was plucked from a lyric on the album's sprawling 7-minute closing track, "Untitled." Copacetic is a title that might sound vaguely beatnik, but it's entirely applicable to the charge set forth on the album's 11 songs.
"When we thought of the album title, we thought it was a way to say, 'OK, here's an album of things I'm upset about and hurt over,'" guitarist Nick Casasanto said. "But at the end of the day, everything's fine, everything's copacetic, because you have to look at what you do have. I think it's important, especially in this scene, not to magnify depression and wear it like a badge. You should use music to feel better."
It's this refreshing sense of perspective, along with a fire-charged pop-punk sound, that has helped set Knuckle Puck on a rapid trajectory over the past few years. Breaking from Chicago's southern suburbs in 2011, the band - Taylor, guitarists Casasanto and Maida, bassist Ryan Rumchaks and drummer John Siorek - are regarded as one of the genre's hottest up-and-coming acts, as seen on tour with the likes of The Maine, Real Friends, Modern Baseball, and Senses Fail.

Copacetic will be released July 31 via Rise Records.


  1. Wall to Wall (Depreciation)
  2. Disdain
  3. Poison Pen
  4. Swing
  5. Ponder
  6. Evergreen
  7. True Contrite
  8. Stationary
  9. In Your Crosshairs
  10. Pretense
  11. Untitled

Knuckle Puck will be performing on all dates of the 2015 Vans Warped Tour. Tickets for the tour are on sale now and can be purchased here:

Vans Warped Tour
Jun. 19         Pomona, CA                        Pomona Fairplex
Jun. 20        Mountain View, CA           Shoreline Amphitheatre
Jun. 21         Ventura, CA                        Seaside Park - Ventura County Fairgrounds
Jun. 23         Mesa, AZ                             Quail Run Park
Jun. 24         Albuquerque, NM             Isleta Amphitheater
Jun. 25         Oklahoma City, OK           Zoo Amphitheater
Jun. 26         Houston, TX                       Reliant Park - Main Street Lot
Jun. 27         Dallas, TX                           Gexa Energy Pavilion
Jun. 28         San Antonio,TX                 AT&T Center
Jul. 1             Nashville, TN                     Tennessee State Fairgrounds
Jul. 2             Atlanta, GA                         Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood
Jul. 3            St. Petersburg, FL              Vinoy Park
Jul. 4            West Palm Beach, FL        Cruzan Amphitheatre
Jul. 5             Orlando, FL                         Tinker Field
Jul. 7             Charlotte, NC                      PNC Music Pavilion
Jul. 8             Virginia Beach, VA            Farm Bureau Live
Jul. 9             Pittsburgh, PA                    First Niagara Pavilion
Jul. 10          Camden, NJ                         Susquehanna Bank Center
Jul. 11           Wantagh, NY                       Nikon at Jones Beach Amphitheatre
Jul. 12          Hartford, CT                        Xfinity Theatre
Jul. 14          Mansfield, MA                    Xfinity Center
Jul. 15           Darien Center, NY            Darien Lake PAC
Jul. 16          Cincinnati, OH                   Riverbend Music Center
Jul. 17          Toronto, ON                        Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
Jul. 18          Columbia, MD                    Merriweather Post Pavilion
Jul. 19          Holmdel, NJ                        PNC Bank Arts Center
Jul. 21          Scranton, PA                       The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
Jul. 23          Cuyahoga Falls, OH          Blossom Music Center
Jul. 24          Detroit, MI                         The Palace of Auburn Hills
Jul. 25          Chicago, IL First                Midwest Bank Amphitheater
Jul. 26          Shakopee, MN                   Canterbury Park
Jul. 27          Maryland Heights, MO    Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Jul. 28          Milwaukee, WI                  Marcus Amphitheatre
Jul. 29          Noblesville, IN                   Klipsch Music Center
Jul. 30          Bonner Springs, KS          Cricket Wireless Amphitheater
Aug. 1           Salt Lake City, UT             Utah State Fairpark
Aug. 2           Denver, CO                         The Pepsi Center
Aug. 5           San Diego, CA                    Qualcomm Stadium
Aug. 7           Portland,OR                       Portland Expo Center
Aug. 8           Auburn, WA                       White River Amphitheater
Sept. 11-13  Chicago, IL               Douglas Park*

*Riot Fest

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