New York pop punk powerhouse shares an acoustic version of their track Outta My Head.
The latest acoustic offering from State Champs gives us stripped-back guitar licks and vocal harmonies, breathing new life into the song while still maintaining the energy of the fan-favourite. Outta My Head originally appeared on the recently released Kings Of The New Age.
“It’s been way too fun stripping down these songs and giving you guys more acoustic jams to listen to,” shares vocalist Derek DiScanio. “That being said, we’re back again with Outta My Head acoustic. Enjoy.”
Earlier this year, State Champs planted their flag firmly in pop-punk history with their 4th studio album, Kings Of The New Age. The album includes hit singles Eventually, Everybody But You (ft. Ben Barlow), Outta My Head, and Just Sound.
On the highly anticipated release, the band shares, “Kings of The New Age is our fourth album, the one that we spent the most time on, and the one that makes the biggest statement. After writing over 30 songs, we narrowed it down to 11 that best represent our mission as a band and sonically, match the energy level we wanted to captivate heading into this new chapter.”
Celebrating what has so far been a monumental year, the band will be embarking on their headlining Kings Of The New Age Tour later this month. Special guests Hunny and Between You & Me are joining the cross-country affair, with Young Culture, Games We Play, and Save Face also joining for select dates. All tickets are on sale HERE.
Kings Of The New Age is available to buy and stream now.
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