Relive The Moment – State Champs / Our Last Night / The Dangerous Summer / Grayscale – 03.01.2019 (Photo Gallery)


State Champs / Our Last Night / The Dangerous Summer / Grayscale

House Of Blues

Chicago, IL


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State Champs release new song, “Dead And Gone”, announce new album, “Living Proof”, out June 15th

New York pop-punk band State Champs have released a brand new song, “Dead And Gone”. It comes with the announcement of a brand new full-length, Living Proof, which drops June 15th – the band’s first new album since 2015’s breakout Around The World And Back. That album cycle saw the band playing some of the biggest stages, both on major support tours, as well as headliners of their own – so it’s quite possible that Living Proof will be the band’s biggest record yet.

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Photo Gallery: Sleep On It

Sleep On It took over the Deluxe Theater of Old National Center in Indianapolis, IN last Thursday on their run with State Champs. During their set the band announced that their first full length album will be released on November 3rd, 2017. In the meantime you can catch Sleep On it on the remaining dates of their tour with State Champs, check out Mya Tolliver’s coverage of the show below, and watch their latest music video off the upcoming albumĀ Overexposed below as well.

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Hype Watch: Rally Cap

photo by Trevor Sweeney

Have you ever heard a band that’s just so catchy and good that you just can’t stop listening to their tracks? Same. With this new segment on The New Fury, we’re bringing you artists that we believe deserve your attention and your Spotify streams. We’re kicking off this new segment with Rally Cap, a pop-punk band from Minneapolis, Minnesota.

After the release of their EP Down For The Count in late 2015, Rally Cap quickly found success in the pop-punk community. From playing shows with Seaway and Waterparks to selling out merch constantly and being featured by Artery Records on their unsigned playlists, it’s safe to say that these boys are on the come up. We honestly can’t believe that these guys haven’t toured with bands like State Champs yet.

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