For those who didn’t know them, Incase We Crash is a Canadian pop-punk band formed back in 2015.
Since their inception, the band has enjoyed modest success: opening sold out shows for bands like Waterparks and Creeper, packing hometown shows as headliners, gathering over 250,000 plays on Spotify, touring across Ontario and Quebec multiple times over. And developing their own fan base within the Pop Punk Scene.
On their new single, “Wolf Boy”, the band reveals that the song is “inspired by the typical ‘cliche’ characters that exist within our local music scene (indie rocker, scene kid, metalhead, pop punk kid etc.). The underlying message is that everyone takes themselves a bit too seriously. So in contrast to that, this song is about having fun and being who you want to be while dismissing judgement from others.”
The band recorded their 3rd EP with producer Sam Guaiana (Silverstein, Like Pacific, Rarity). This EP is scheduled for an independent release on June 26th. Save the date!
What Happened to your Band?