In January, the band unleashed 'Backbone'. A first album which served as a showcase for the anthems they've already managed to amass and a statement of intent for where they're heading in the future. The album itself is a huge achievement, which places the five guys from Eastbourne on the pop punk map alongside global stars of the genre.
Having made so much headway in the three years since their formation, the band are now looking to capture the attention of the public at large, a mission helped no end by landing a slot on this year's Kerrang tour alongside headliners Sum 41. With huge rooms, many of which sold out in weeks, at their mercy, there's no doubt that 2016 is going to be the year of ROAM.
Now into the second decade of the illustrious career, Sum 41 headline the Kerrang event which visits eight cities this year. Having arrived on the scene just after Blink 182 started to make waves in the pop punk world, Sum 41 were very much integral to the success and mainstream appeal of the genre. This tour represents a rare opportunity for bands to indulge in the live experience of the modern day musical legends.
The remaining dates of the tour are shown below and many nights are now returns only.