Rival Town release music video for new single ‘See Through’

Ontario pop punk sextet Rival Town have released a music video for their new single See Through. The video is streaming exclusively via idobi .

The track is taken from the band’s upcoming EP Make It Work, due out later this year via Manic Kat Records.

Rival Town formed in the spring of 2015 in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Using a combination of catchy vocal melodies and soaring guitar riffs,
the group quickly gained traction locally. Their four track debut EP Deadlines and Milestones was released in the summer of 2015, generating an instant comparison to the likes of Yellowcard and Real Friends.

The group signed with New Jersey-based record label Manic Kat Records in the Fall of 2015. Their first full length record Call It Like It Is debuted with the label the following April. The band hit the road in June 2016 with fellow Canadian pop punk quartet Everglow in support of the album, hitting all major markets throughout Ontario.

The band relocated this past Fall to St. Catharines, Ontario with the goal of becoming more competitive in the Canadian music scene. They followed the move with an extensive tour of Eastern Canada, highlighted by a slot at Blackout Fest alongside Hawthorne Heights.

Rival Town will look to expand on the name they’ve built for themselves with the upcoming release of their EP Make It Work, due out later this year.

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