408 Sign With Big Noise


408 have signed with Big Noise Music Group.

Today, viral alt-punk band 408 has announced the signing of a global multi-album deal with the Los Angeles based alternative music label Big Noise. 

We're super excited to sign 408, a true DIY band that has been grinding on their own for some time and proving they deserve a solid record deal. Welcome to the Big Noise family!" Shares Big Noise President Jon Cohen. 

The signing pairs with the announcement of their forthcoming single "Break Up With Your Girlfriend" produced by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Neck Deep), Kyle Fishman (Morgan Wallen Luke Bryan) and Nick Bailey (Machine Gun Kelly, Trippie Redd, jxdn) out September 29. 

Pre-save "Break Up With Your Girlfriend" here: https://bignoise.ffm.to/buwyg 

“Working with John Feldmann has been nothing short of a dream come true. We were born from the records John has created and or worked on throughout his career. Getting to know John personally as well as creating songs with him is something 408 has always aspired to do in our career. We are just getting started and we are excited for many more songs and good times to be had with John” shares the group. 

408 aims to preserve the spirit of late ‘90s and early 2000s pop punk while also incorporating elements from EDM, hip-hop and electronica. Backed by virtuoso Jake Cerretani on the drums, members Mark Faroudi, Nick Hanus and Nick Roque are all featured vocalists across different tracks while also ripping bass and guitars. Allowing for contrast and diversity, the bands sound that can be described as if Blink-182 and Marshmello had a baby.

The Orlando based group went viral on TikTok last march gaining over 2 million views and 80,000 followers in 14 days with their new song “We Don’t Get High Like We Used To.” 

408 will be embarking on a US tour with Magnolia Park, poptropicalslutz and Tx2 this October. The tour will kick off on October 5 in Houston and wrap in Cincinnati later that month. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 18th 10AM Local Time.