Emo Supergroup Radar State Debuts Fright-Filled 'Strays' Exclusive

Emo Supergroup Radar State Debuts Fright-Filled 'Strays' Exclusive


Radar State options members of bands like Get Up Kids, the Anniversary and extra.

Radar State's debut album Strays continues to be three months away, however with Halloween across the nook, they determined to drop its first new tune (alongside a seasonally-appropriate, macabre music video) solely on Streets Talkin at the moment (Oct. 24).

"Strays," directed by Patrick Rea and produced by Jessi Burkette, stars the band and a bunch of their mates as the employees and patrons of a dive bar populated with — to call a couple of — a mummy, a wolfman, a zombie, a succubus, and a siren. The video is a certain winner, and the up-tempo alt-rock monitor shouldn’t have any downside hitting house with followers of the members' extra established bands. 

Indeed, the Kansas City band is a comparatively new title within the emo and indie rock universe, however their lineup options loads of acquainted ones: Get Up Kids guitarist-vocalists Matt Pryor and Jim Suptic, the Anniversary guitarist-vocalist Josh Berwanger, and drummer Adam Phillips, identified for taking part in within the Architects and Gadjits. 

Last 12 months, Radar State performed Riot Fest and toured with Say Anything with simply its debut 7-inch EP obtainable. January 2019 will see the discharge of Strays on Wiretap Records, together with a North American tour by means of February. Find these dates right here.

Get a primary have a look at the "Strays" video beneath.