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Highly Suspect Hit The Road On Tour
Formed in 2000 in their hometown of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, hard-rocking power trio Highly Suspect started out as a cover band, before relocating to Brooklyn to record their first EP of original material The Worst Humans. Subsequent full-length albums Mister Asylum and The Boy Who Died Wolf both garnered Grammy Award nominations for best song, marking the fledgeling artists as a an up-and-coming force to be reckoned with.
The band, consisting of twin brothers Rich and Ryan Meyer, Johnny Stevens, are hitting the road this Summer with a rumoured new album on the horizon. Following triumphant performances at Coachella 2018, they return to stage on fine form, evoking the fuzz-laden spirit of the grunge era with riff-heavy, driving anthems filled with dark lyrical content and rock and roll angst.
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