Pop-rockers It Boys! have just released a music video for their latest single, ‘Start The Party’. You can watch it via the embed posted below:
Sugar sweet pop-rockers It Boys! are returning to the UK next month to support Blood On The Dance Floor during their headline tour and to also make an apperance at the Vans Warped Tour in London. All dates of the tour are below:
Returning back to the UK later this year after a lengthy abscence, Vans Warped Tour have announced a further three bands on to this year’s line-up, who’ll be joining a line-up boasting the likes of headliners Bring Me The Horizon and Lostprophets. All newly added bands are named below:
It Boys! definitely know how to divide an audience; playing at rock festivals such as Slam Dunk in the UK and America’s Vans Warped Tour, they’re a tad confusing. They sport an image like Asking Alexandria but a sound like 3OH!3 humping All Time Low‘s leg. No words needed, their music is purely a mash up of genres that needs to be taken with a pinch of salt. Teenage girls and pop lovers alike are going to go wild for this album, guaranteed.
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Year in and year out, Slam Dunk manages to maintain its reputation as one of the strongest indoor music festivals that the UK has to offer, especially in terms of festivals that offer brilliant pop-punk acts, both established and up-and-coming. Returning again in 2012 with two dates under the helm for the weekend, we made our way to the original North date to take part in what would undoubtedly be one of the best events 2012 had to offer.
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One thing that Slam Dunk Festival has managed to do year after year is introduce band new overseas bands to the UK audience that otherwise might not have been heard before, at least not in the near future. One of these bands playing this year’s festival is Los Angeles rockers It Boys!, who’ll be making their UK debut at these shows. We spoke with frontman Matt Cutt to talk about what they’re expecting, why we should catch their set and more:
Maintaining its reputation as the best pop-punk festival that the UK has to offer, Slam Dunk have added a further seven bands onto its already impressive line-up this year. All newly confirmed bands are outlined below: