Fête & Rambudikon present
with Knockout Kid, Count to Four, and others TBA!
Monday, December 12th
Tickets: ADV $10 • DOS $12
Victory Records welcomes Carousel Kings to their roster. The Lancaster, Pennsylvania band has anchored their name as one of the most ambitious and creative pop/rock/punk machines in recent years.
“Signing with Victory is an amazing accomplishment for us,” says singer David Alexander. “We’ve grown up listening to Victory bands, and we have friends that are on the label. Signing with them has just made us feel really valued and wanted. After meeting the whole crew, we definitely feel the mutual respect and look forward to doing great things with Victory!”
When Carousel Kings were thinking of a title for album number three, they wanted to find a name that was tranquil, yet matches their glossy pop melodies and arena-sized hooks. Charm City is about that dream place, a trippy world shared by all, yet unique to the individual. “This is the place where I go in my dreams,” says Alexander. “I want to connect the listener to my Charm City, and realize that they too can envision and live in their own Charm City whenever they want to.”
Formed in 2010, Chicago’s own KNOCKOUT KID is pop punk with an edge. Instead of generic breakdowns and been-done gang vocals, KNOCKOUT KID relies on metalcore-inspired riffs and choruses catchy enough to keep you up at night. Since their inception, the band has released two albums, two EPs, completed 10+ US tours, 2 Canadian tours, played Belgium's Groezrock Festival in May 2016, and signed to Bullet Tooth & Artery Global.
The band is currently on the road supporting their debut on Bullet Tooth, MANIC, and recently released a video for "Empire Business." Look out for them in your city in the upcoming months.
Count to Four
Count to Four is a progressive pop-punk band from South Jersey/Philadelphia in the vein of The Wonder Years. With a strong focus on musicianship, Count to Four delivers unrepetitive, complex and catchy guitar riffs. Combined with unforgettable, singalong lyrics and melodic vocals, the band creates a mature, yet altogether familiar sound to the pop-punk genre.