Pop-punk acts behind “Dirty Work” and “Kick Me” headline a bill with globetrotting acts from Wales and Japan
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All Time Low and Sleeping with Sirens: Back to the Future Hearts Tour
All Time Low: Formed when its members were still in high school, this pop-punk band has gone on to zig-zag the global festival circuit. Dynamic live performances add fire and flair to hits including “Dirty Work” and “The Irony of Choking on a Lifesaver,” as well as new tracks from 2015’s Future Hearts.
Sleeping with Sirens: Pop-rock, alternative, and post-hardcore blend into a hard-hitting genre all its own when this Michigan-based sextet takes the stage. Among their setlist, listen for hits from their fourth studio album, 2015’s Madness.
Neck Deep: A Welsh pop-punk outfit at the forefront of the genre’s revival, Neck Deep made a splash in 2014 with their debut, Wishful Thinking. That album and their 2015 followup, Life’s Not out to Get You, demonstrate an uncanny knack for putting a positive, life-affirming spin on the SoCal sound of Green Day and blink-182.
One Ok Rock: Heart-pounding rhythms, voice-cracking melodies, and head-banging riffs are the currency One Ok Rock traffics in. The results: a howling power-pop sound that jumps across oceans and cultural boundaries, leading to breakout success outside of their native Japan.