Following their hit track, ‘Good Enough’ earlier this year, upcoming Chicago pop punk act High Wire have just revealed their bangin’ new single, ‘Some Kind Of Miracle’ and this time around, the band have taken inspo from spooky haunts to celebrate this very North American holiday. Vocalist/bassist Cameron Jones shares:
“‘Some Kind Of Miracle’ is a song about perseverance. We took an interesting departure writing this song and based it off of a movie rather than a personal life experience. We always wanted to make a spooky short movie for one of our music videos and we were fortunate enough to team up with Blain Smith to make that happen.”
Featuring some incredibly infectious melodies and fast-paced riffs, ‘Some Kind Of Miracle’ sounds like it was born straight out of an early Fall Out Boy record. I think this is actually their best track yet! The song is explosive pop punk at its finest, paying homage to the golden early 2000s era while still keeping current with the ever-changing pop punk scene in the US. Definitely keep High Wire on your “to-watch” list alongside their peers Belmont and Knuckle Puck as the boys set to drop their forthcoming EP at a soon-to-be-advised date.
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