The Second After set to release new single “A Very Pop Punk Wedding”

I’ve known the guys in The Second After for a really long time and you couldn’t find a group of people who work harder toward achieving their goals than these them. Their EP Treadmill at the Finish Line came out just over a year ago and despite seemingly constant touring and shows The Second After is back with an incredible new single, “A Very Pop Punk Wedding,” due for release May 24, 2019.

The song is amazing from the very first lines and is absolutely adorable, while maintaining a pop punk vibe. It’s a little less heavy than some of their other material but it makes you smile. It’s definitely one of those pop punk songs you can dance to, and that doesn’t happen very often. “A Very Pop Punk Wedding” showcases incredible instrumentation and vocal work, and if you listen to their older music compared to this song it is clear just how much they have grown as a band.

I can’t wait for them to go back on tour and perform “A Very Pop Punk Wedding” live. It’s the kind of song you will want to listen and dance to all day. It’s easily my favorite song they’ve released and quite frankly, if you haven’t heard of them you’re missing out.

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Ever since The Second After signed to Revival Recordings they have done nothing but play shows and make incredible music. I thought Treadmill at the Finish Line was good, but this song takes things to a whole new level and I can’t wait to hear what’s coming next.

Do yourself a favor and listen to “A Very Pop Punk Wedding” when it comes out Friday May 24. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.

TAGS: The Second After | Revival Recordings


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Skylar Cleland

 

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