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Broken Rim Records will be releasing American Verse and The Tired And True’s new 7” on vinyl with gatefold packaging that features two new songs from each band on March 26th. Pre-order the 7” here and check out song teasers and pressing info below by clicking “Read More!”
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It is difficult to set yourself apart from the masses and masses of pop-punk bands out there these days. Somehow, Boston quartet, Follow Your Hero, have accomplished this feat. Their brand of energetic and honest pop-punk harkens to not only the glory days of the genre, but also continues its recent renaissance. With a new full-length album under the belt, and another album on the way, Follow Your Hero are sure to continue their recent momentum and win over hoards of new followers.
Please list all of your band members and their roles in the band.
Kevin – Vocals, Jack – Guitar/Vocals, Ben – Bass, Joey – Guitar, Adam – Drums
What’s your hometown (or what are your hometowns)?
We all live around Boston, but most of us grew up in Connecticut. Adam grew up in New Jersey.
How did the band come together? How long has it been?
How we came to be the group we are now is a long and confusing story. When we first started out, the band was just Jack, Kevin, and their high school friend, Max. When we started playing live, we needed more than 3 guys so we asked Ben, who was Jack’s roommate at the time, to start playing bass for us, and Kevin knew Adam from school and asked him to come play drums. Around May of 2011, Max decided to part ways with us and we needed a new lead guitarist. Ben and Joey had been friends for a long time and we knew he killed it on guitar, so we made him our newest member. So now a little over 2 years later, you have the current Follow Your Hero.
Why should people listen to your band?
We always do our best to write the most honest music that we can. Every time.
How have you grown since you started?
What sets you apart from other bands in the scene?
We’re playing to a pop/punk audience, but we all come from very diverse musical backgrounds, and we all bring different elements to the writing table. The final product is a really interesting mix that we find to be a refreshing change from the run of the mill pop/punk song.
What’s the best part about being in your band?
Adam. Kid’s too funny for his own good.
More times than not, influences tend to bleed through. What bands are currently inspiring the music that you’re making?
Polar Bear Club, Gatsby’s American Dream, Owen, Transit, The Starting Line, The Early November, American Football, Taking Back Sunday
What would you say the band has already accomplished and what do you have your eyes set on next?
We’ve come a long way in determining our sound and the direction in which we are heading. We put out a new record back in June that we feel really speaks for who we are, where we come from, and where we’re heading, both musically and personally. It’s our most successful effort yet, and we’re already writing for the next one. We just want to keep putting out music.
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PropertyOfZack is happy to be premiering a brand new Future Ghost’s music video for “Grace.” The band will be releasing a new album called Colorado on February 12th. Watch our premiere of the music video below by clicking “Read More!”
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