Mclx Presents a punk triple bill
<As It Is>
As It Is (stylized ΛS IT IS or Λ\\) is a pop punk band based in Brighton, England, formed in 2012. The band is signed to Fearless Records. The group consists of Patty Walters (Vocals), Ben Biss (Guitar and Vocals), Alistair Testo (Bass) and Patrick Foley (Drums)
The band has released four EPs and two albums, titled Never Happy, Ever After, which was released by Fearless Records on 20 of April 2015 in Europe and on 21 April 2015 in the US. and okay., which was released on 20 January 2017.
As It Is has been described as a pop punk band with a “melodic, earnest, emo-inspired” sound, compared to the early material of Taking Back Sunday and The Starting Line. Their album Never Happy, Ever After has been described as emo and pop punk, while their album okay. takes a slightly heavier turn, while still keeping with their roots.
5-piece pop punk band from the slums of Liverpool, UK, signed to No Sleep Records. The band formed in 2015, and have released one EP, titled SKRWD, and one album, titled Red, Green or Inbetween. They have stated their main influences to be bands like Blink-182 and New Found Glory. As of October 2017, the band are set to tour the UK with ROAM along with Stand Atlantic, and have played festivals such as Slamdunk.
<Courage My Love>
Courage My Love (typeset as courage my love) are a Canadian pop-punk band from Kitchener, Ontario. The band consists of twin sisters Mercedes (guitar/vocals) and Phoenix Arn-Horn (drums/vocals); as well as bassist Brandon Lockwood, who was added to the lineup in 2013 after the departure of founding member David Blake-Dickson.
Forming in 2009, the band quickly gained momentum following a win in a local battle of the bands in early 2010 and an appearance on the Vans Warped Tour. They have also played as support act for bands such as Paramore, Tokyo Police Club and A Day to Remember.
They released their debut EP, For Now, in 2011, through their own label Homeskool Prom. Two singles were released from the EP – “Bridges” (whose video clip has received over one million views on YouTube) and “Anchors Make Good Shoes.” An acoustic version of the EP followed in September 2012.