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Founding Drummer Of We The Kings, Danny Duncan, Has Parted Ways With The Band

Today, Friday, February 2, Danny Duncan, a founding member of the pop-punk mainstays We The Kings, has announced that he has parted ways with the band.   In a social media post on his Instagram, Duncan shares, “It saddens me to announce that after nearly 20 years, I have decided to part ways with We The Kings. It’s the hardest choice that I’ve ever had to make in my life, but I know in my heart of hearts that this is truly what’s right for me. The life that I have set up in Texas with my family is something that… Read more »


We The Kings Find Themselves On New Single “Alien”

Have you ever felt like an outsider? We The Kings’ latest single, “Alien,” delves into these complex emotions and more, comparing one’s journey of self-discovery to our extraterrestrial friends (Tom was right!). And with all of the recent news about alien sightings and UFOs, the pop-punk track is a relatable portrayal of growing up without fitting into the conventional mold. The song marks We The Kings’ first release via Graveboy Records, a new record label created by Emo Nite founders T.J. Petracca and Morgan Freed.  Read more: blink-182 Drops Two New Songs, Teases Music Video Opening with the ringing of… Read more »


We The Kings Announce Forthcoming New Single “Alien” On New Label

We The Kings is checking yes on bringing longtime and recent fans alike brand new music. Today, the band announced their forthcoming single “Alien.” The intergalactic comeback will arrive on all streaming platforms on October 27 on their new label Graveboy Records, a venture from Emo Nite founders T.J. Petracca and Morgan Freed. Read more: Mayday Parade Share A Musical “Miracle” On New Track The band announced the song through a funny video of lead singer Travis Clark being “abducted” in a Halloween costume. Being that aliens were proven to be real this year, they might enjoy the track and… Read more »


Who Wants to be an Emo Millionaire: We The Kings

Photo Credit: We The Kings Facebook When you talk a band that has become a staple within the pop punk / pop rock world and beyond – We The Kings is right up there.  I was stoked to have Travis Clark from the band come on The Gunz Show and talk all things past, present and what’s to come from the band!  Known Trav for years now and this interview is the perfect one for any diehard WTK or casual WTFK fan – it’s so much fun. Plus – we play The Gunz Show: Who Wants to be an Emo… Read more »


We The Kings

We The Kings immersed themselves in nostalgia to create their new EP SAGA and this week, vocalist Travis Clark joins The Gunz Show to tell us how it all started. He takes a trip through albums past, discussing old favorites and things he’d do differently now, while giving us an inside look at the new tracks.

Plus the two dive into conversation about their appreciation for Aviici, finding silver linings amidst quarantine, and more. Tune in below!


We The Kings, Conditions, Co-host lil aaron

Yes I’ve been starting my show with “Fish Kringle” cause I can and if no one else will play it on the radio, I WILL! What an awesome show it was! lil aaron co-hosted, Travis from We The Kings called in to talk about everything and Alex from Conditions called in to premiere Conditions first new song in too long called “Give It All”. lil aaron just dropped a Christmas EP co-produced by himself and Travis Barker called WORST CHRISTMAS EVER and has plan to release a new EP almost every month next year and a couple of full lengths. He… Read more »


#301 We The Kings and Keep A Breast

It’s episode 1 of the 2018 idobi Warped Radio podcast and we’re starting it off with Fish’s interviews with Travis from We The Kings and Shany Jo, founder of Keep A Breast!

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