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CHICAGO POP-PUNKS HIGH WIRE DEBUT “DIFFERENT PLACES” MUSIC VIDEO

Chicago pop-punk quartet High Wire has premiered a new music video for “Different Places”.

Joining forces with fellow Windy City pop-punk star, Sleep On It‘s Zech Pluister, High Wire’s “Different Places” is taken from their latest EP, of the same name, which is out now via Spotify & iTunes.

The band spoke to Punknews to discuss the making of their latest effort.

Every coming of age story starts somewhere. For Chicago, IL quartet High Wire, the story started in different places. In 2012, Iowa natives Cameron Jones (bass, vocals), Mark Nussle (guitar, vocals), and Chris Rymer (guitar) migrated to Chicago together in pursuit of their musical ambitions at the same time Adam Harrington (Drums) left Sydney, Australia to chase his own dreams in music. Since then, the band has made a name for themselves in a thriving Chicago punk scene establishing a dedicated fan base and sharing stages with the likes of Real Friends, You Me and Everyone We Know, Sleep On It, Knockout Kid and more.

With the release of ‘Different Places’, High Wire would push themselves to their creative limit both musically and lyrically, a step in a new direction whilst retaining an air of familiarity that fans have grown to love since their debut. ‘Different Places’, produced by Seth Henderson (Real Friends, Knuckle Puck, Sleep On It), is a collection of songs that tell a story of personal changes and growth. Evoking the best of today’s emotive & angst laden punk vibes, intertwined with alluring melodies and accessibility that is seeing High Wire make their mark on the Chicago punk scene.

High Wire‘s new video for “Different Places” is out now.

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