Pop-punk LA natives Victory Kid have just premiered their track “Adrenaline” with Dying Scene. Listen to the track HERE. “Adrenaline” is the second single off of Victory Kid’s forthcoming EP Thrillenials out on July 27th.
“’Adrenaline’ is about the feeling when your mind goes blank and everything in your body focuses on what’s in front of you,” states singer Harrison Nida about the track. “It’s incredibly addicting, and we have it bad.”
A couple weeks back, Victory Kid released their first single and music video, “Clownin”, off of the upcoming EP. Check out the music video for the band’s track, which was inspired by the creepy clown sightings that happened a couple years ago in the U.S., HERE. The trio’s forthcoming EP Thrillenials was co-produced by frontman Harrison Nida and Allan Hessler (Avenged Sevenfold, The Used). The EP features horns tracked by Matt Appleton of the widely popular aka-punk band, Reel Big Fish. Thrillenials is the follow up to the band’s previous EP Illenials, which was released this past May to rave reviews. Both releases are part of a series of EP’s explaining the band’s frustration with other generations perceptions of Millennials.
The trio is scheduled to perform their energetic set at this year’s Hempfest in Seattle on August 19th. For more information on the band’s upcoming tour dates check out the band’s Facebook page HERE.
Victory Kid is Southern California’s answer to a question that has yet to be asked. With their high-energy blend of pop-punk, ska and rock music, they allude to a time when everything was possible and nothing was off the table. Thrillenials and the band’s previous EP, Illenials, draw inspiration from the band’s love of real, heartfelt music and political activism, creating a unique mix that’s unlike any other band in their genre.
8/19 – Seattle, WA @ HempFest
Thrillenials EP Tracklisting:
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