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One of the brightest, best young pop-punk bands in the game, Albany, New York’s State Champs burst onto the scene with their debut album ‘The Finer Things’ and haven’t looked back since.
A sunshine-filled follow-up followed in the form of ‘Around The World And Back’, as did tours with All Time Low and Sleeping With Sirens, stints on Vans Warped Tour, huge sets at Reading & Leeds Festival and a deluxe edition of ‘Around The World…’ featuring new songs and a tour DVD.
Oh, and State Champs - currently comprised of members singer Derek DiScanio, guitarists Tyler Szalkowski and Tony Diaz, bassist Ryan Scott Graham and drummer Evan Ambrosio - also contributed a cover of ‘The Sharpest Lives’ for the ‘Rock Sound Presents: The Black Parade’ covers CD. Awesome.
State Champs were also previously announced as support on the dates beginning in September.
Just a whole lot of pop-punk.
You can watch it all go down here.
The rules are simple - 30 questions, pick 7, answer them. Easy right?
Another big moment from the final cross-country Warped Tour.
Bit of a flop, really.
From dawn to dusk- the lads in State Champs walk us through a day in the life of Warped Tour for them.
Warped Tour PLUS puppies? This is a dream.
Derek DiScanio and Tyler Szalkowski talks us through their earliest memories of attending Warped Tour, their fave lineups and reveal who they most like to hang out with on the road.
There's seven and a half hours of magic viewing.
Bathbombs and cocoa and hot sauce, OH MY!
From Panic! At The Disco's action movie violence to Paramore's 1970s newsreaders, here all the best videos this year has had to offer us so far.
Derek and Tyler fill us in on what studio sessions were really like with the Blink-182 bassist.
The band's long awaited new album 'Living Proof' is about to drop.
Love a selfie.
State Champs are kicking off their new 'Living Proof' era in style at Slam Dunk. Ben Gibson was there to capture the whole thing.
Four pop-punk bands on the same bill? Colour us excited.
Banger after banger after banger.