Order in decline, the newest release from Sum 41, is the next album in their evolution of sound. The fact that Sum 41 has been able to make music, take a hiatus, change directions and grow as musicians while seemingly never missing a beat is truly a testament to not only them but their fan base that has continued to support the band for nearly 2 decades.
Ben Folds and his iconic piano opened his set, his band joining in halfway through the first song. He shared stories of unlikely inspiration for songs and complimented the audience's crooning, with genuine warmth radiating from the stage. Despite the sprawling venue, he created an illusion of intimacy.
No more do you have to pick between multiple bands, no longer do you have to run across the festival grounds to get to another stage to see a band perform. Rockstar Energy presents Disrupt Festival, a new experience for music festivals.
Paul: It’s definitely an exploration for us, we don’t go in with a singular vision of it before we start. With Neptune we made it over the course of 9 months, we were evolving as a band at that time, and we went into it with a huge list of songs and most of them were not going to make it but the ones that did would hopefully going to be special.
We had the chance to speak with The Brevet while they are on tour with Magic Giant. There are still several dates left of the tour, which can be seen here. The Brevet has recently released their single “Locked & Loaded”.
We had the chance to talk with Genevieve of Company Of Thieves. They are currently opening for Walk The Moon on tour. On the verge of releasing a new EP the band is very excited to be on the road and playing music for fans.
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