The Heirs are an alternative-electro pop band fronted by siblings Savannah and Brandon Hudson. The band has previous festival experience and are now making waves on Warped Tour thanks to their new single “What You Want.” I had a chance to speak with the band on the tour and you can find that interview below.
The Color Morale are attacking Warped Tour with a vengeance and fans are anxiously awaiting the band’s new album, Desolate Devine, due out August 18th on Fearless Records. On separate dates of Warped I spoke with lead singer Garret Rapp and unclean singer and guitarist Aaron Saunders about the upcoming album.
Issues have only been together for about four years but their members are well versed in the Warped Tour scene. In my video interview lead singer Tyler Carter and company talk about the recent release of their new album Headspace, the art of collaboration, and social media (though Carter may be forgetting to hit “send”).
Against the Current are a pop-rock band from upstate New York that are cutting their own path in the music scene. They recently released their album, In Our Bones, and I spoke with the band about their song writing process and how they fit into the Warped Tour scene.
Less Than Jake are the kings of Warped Tour. They’ve played more days of the tour than any other band ever and in 2014 the band celebrated a full year on the tour — so now they’re in the bonus round. I spoke with the guys about what keeps them going after all these years, and you can find that interview below.
Waterparks are not the average pop-punk band. In fact, I think I’d argue they are on the verge of stardom. Lead singer Awsten Knight landed the cover of Alternative Press Magazine’s Warped Tour issue, and as the band explains in this interview, they have already been stalked by Sleeping With Sirens’ Kellin Quinn — who gave his stamp of approval. You’ll find my full video interview with the band at this year’s Warped Tour below.
Every once in a while a band comes along that refuses to fit into the constraints of one genre, and American Authors are a refreshing reminder of how liberating that can sound. Since tip-toeing onto the scene a few years ago, the band has landed on radio, television, and Warped Tour. Their song “Best Day” is as ubiquitous as the sunshine in the summer, but their new album What We Live For features the new single “Go Big or Go Home,” and is making its way everywhere. I spoke with Zac from the band at this year’s Warped Tour and you’ll find that video interview below.
Every Time I Die have been around for over 15 years now, and they are showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. The band just announced that their eighth studio album, Low Teens, will be out September 23rd on Epitaph Records. I spoke with guitarist Andy Williams at the first stop of the Warped Tour this year and you can find that interview below.