Virginia natives Underdog Champs tackle a multitude of pop punk elements on their brand new EP, “Skeletons in Daylight,” released on 2/24/17. Weaving through a range of emotions and topics, the EP’s 7 tracks seamlessly mesh together to create a solid, catchy body of work, filled with pop/rock hooks and relatable lyrics. To promote the EP, the band plans to embark on a promotional tour in March, including an EP release show on 2/25 in their home state of Virginia. About the single, the band states:


“We feel incredibly lucky that the four of us get along so well, write so naturally together, and all strive to the best we can be. We don’t care if we are the biggest band; we just want to keep making songs that we are proud of.”


Veterans of the Virginia music scene, Underdog Champs are not afraid to stray away from categorizing themselves under a specific genre. Combining passionate lyrics, pop punk-esque breakdowns, and the occasional mid-tempo ballad, the band effortlessly weaves their personal musical influences into their work, molding together a high-energy discography. Formed in the summer of 2014, the current lineup of Mark Bradley, Nick Jones, Josh Bailey, and Justin Mason gives listeners a catchy collection of refreshing pop/rock hooks, staying true to the initial inspiration for the Underdog Champs persona. “Skeletons in Daylight” is available NOW.


To stay connected with Underdog Champs, visit the social media links below:


Underdog Champs: “Skeletons in Daylight” (Spotify)


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnderdogChamps/

Twitter: @UnderdogChmpsVA

Website: http://www.underdogchamps.com/

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