To celebrate their signing to Mascot Records, Seattle-based hardcore punks, Dragged Under have released a video for their catchy pop-punk track Chelsea.
The band which is made up of front man Tony Cappocchi, guitarists Ryan Bruce and Sean Rosario, bassist Hans Hessburg and drummer Kalen Anderson has had over four million streams across Spotify and Apple, since the release of their debut album in January and supported The Used for a month-long tour.
Watch the video for Chelsea below:
On signing to Mascot Records, guitarist Ryan Bruce said:
“Dragged Under joining Mascot is both a privilege and an honor. We feel that Mascot Records genuinely understands the band’s music and message, and we could not be more excited to work with such an incredible group of people globally! It would be an understatement to say I am grateful for the band to join the family.
“Their track record with bands like 10 Years, Gojira and Volbeat really sets them apart, so for me to now call the label home with my own band is a dream come true!” Cappocchi adds, “We are excited and honored to say that we have joined the Mascot Label Group family. We had a lot of options for this signing, but we saw what Mascot has been able to do with their bands and the level of attention they get from the label team, which is what ultimately made our decision and we couldn’t be more excited. We believe Mascot will be a partner that can support taking this from being a hobby to a career. At the end of the day the goal is to be able to play for our fans as often as possible.”
Later this year, the band will release a deluxe version of their debut album The World Is In Your Way, featuring two brand new songs.
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