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Among Legends Come Up Swinging with New Single


Canadian punk rockers release a new video for single Come Up Swinging ahead of their upcoming album.

Ontario pop-punk quintet, Among Legends has released the first single off the band’s upcoming debut full-length Take Good Care. The album will be released on July 8th via Little Rocket/Rad Girlfriend/Sounds Of Subterrannia.

Vocalist Mitchell Buchanan says, Come Up Swinging is all about pushing through internal adversity, overcoming that voice in your head that says “you can’t do this.” I wrote the lyrics as an exercise in trying to create something tangible that could counteract that voice in my own head. Some sort of evidence that I could turn to when I was feeling overwhelmed or directionless. Over the past few years it’s become a personal pump-up song. I hope it helps someone else hold onto the drive they have to achieve what they want to achieve. We’ve all got the capability to do amazing things. Come Up Swinging is a song that’s meant to encourage folks to keep going, even when it’s really hard, to actualize the amazing things we can all do.”

Among Legends has self-released three EPs, recently completing their debut LP. Take Good Care is produced by Siegfried Meier (Face To Face, Chuck Ragan, The Salads). Their previous releases have received praise from New Noise Magazine, PunkNews, Dying Scene, Canadian Beats and others. Exclaim! Magazine premiered the band’s 2016 single, We Were Vaguely Saints. Idobi Radio described their Third EP, Some Days’ as “positive pop-punk at its finest.”

New Album ‘Take Good Care’ is out July 8th. Pre-order Here:
UK – Little Rocket Records https://amonglegends.bandcamp.com
EU – Sounds of Subterrania https://neu.soundsofsubterrania.com
US – Rad Girlfriend Records https://radgirlfriendrecords.storenvy.com
CAD – Among Legends https://www.amonglegends.com


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