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'Punk Goes Pop 5' UK Release Announced & Free Upon This Dawning 'Call Me Maybe' Cover

The fifth installment of Fearless Records' 'Punk Goes Pop' series will be released in the UK on November 5th.

Upon This Dawning are offering a free download of their cover of Carly Rae Jepson's 'Call Me Maybe' and can be downloaded from PunkGoes.com. The lyric video for the track can be viewed by clicking read more below.

'Punk Goes Pop 5' Tracklisting:

1. Memphis May Fire - Grenade (Originally recorded by Bruno Mars)
2. Upon This Dawning - Call Me Maybe (Originally recorded by Carly Rae Jepsen)
3. Mayday Parade - Somebody That I Used To Know (Feat. Vic Fuentes) (originally recorded by Gotye)
4. We Came As Romans - Glad You Came (Originally recorded by The Wanted)
5. Like Moths To Flames - Some Nights (Originally recorded by Fun.)
6. Breathe Carolina - Billie Jean (Originally recorded by Michael Jackson)
7. Forever The Sickest Kids - We Found Love (Originally recorded by Rihanna)
8. Issues - Boyfriend (Originally recorded by Justin Bieber)
9. The Maine - Girls Just Want To Have Fun (Feat. Adam Lazzara) (Originally recorded by Cyndi Lauper)
10. Crown The Empire - Payphone (Originally recorded by Maroon 5)
11. Craig Owens - Paradise (Originally recorded by Coldplay)
12. The Word Alive - Mercy (Originally recorded by Kanye West)
13. SECRETS - Ass Back Home (Originally recorded by Gym Class Heroes)

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