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Editorial

Rise Rock n’ Shine: Action/Adventure + Arcane Ghosts

Turn up the volume + get ready to take on the day,

it’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…

Who: Chicago and pop punk bands go together like peanut butter and jelly (or a less cliché comparison), and the city’s latest act Action/Adventure is the proof.

What: The band’s new single “Tuck Everlasting” reminds us not to give up on the things that make us feel alive.

Why: Action/Adventure brings all the passion and energy of a live show into “Tuck Everlasting”, a fast paced pop punk track that’ll have you moshing along in no time.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Action/Adventure on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

“We’ve all been in bands for quite some time and we’ve all been trying pursing music since we were all in high school… Action/Adventure has been around for the past 5 years and we’ve seen bands break up while others have blown up. Seeing this has only reinforced our resolve as we take steps to start the next chapter as a band. We’re dedicated to producing music from the heart that others can hopefully relate to and draw strength from.” – Blake Evaristo, vocalist for Action/Adventure

Who: Ontario’s Arcane Ghosts was once just an idea over a couple beers at a dive bar. Fast forward a few years and they’re now an experimental alt-rock band that has us excited to hear more.

What: Arcane Ghosts brings the worlds of pop punk and post hardcore together in a brand new way on “Rooftops”.

Why: It’s hard not to sing along to a good pop punk song and it’s hard not to fall in love with a well produced rock jam. On “Rooftops”, we’re offered both in one catchy little package.

FFO: idobi Radio

Find Arcane Ghosts on Facebook and Instagram.

“Hey everyone, Matt from Arcane Ghosts here. Check out our brand new single ‘Rooftops’, a song about those shows where nothing is going right. Whether it’s you can’t seem to get your guitar in tune, you’re constantly playing off time, or just playing a completely different song than your band mates. We’ve all been there.” – Matt Grellmann, bassist and vocalist for Arcane Ghosts 

 

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