5 Bands to See at Warped Tour 2017 – Week 2

We are back again this week with 5 more bands that we think you should check out this summer at Van’s Warped Tour! To see last week’s post, click here.

As winners of the 2017 High School Rock Off, The Waves will be playing Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio on July 18. With no genre to define them, The Waves are a 4-piece band from Akron, Ohio, who draw inspiration from various genres. Click the link below to hear the band’s latest track, “Questions.”

https://wearethewaves.bandcamp.com/track/questions

Next, we have The Gospel Youth are a pop rock band from the United Kingdom. You can catch the band performing on every date of Warped this summer. Until then, be sure to check out their music video for “The Miles We Are Apart” below!

Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, Separations is a band that you need to check out this summer! Separations will be playing Warped July 6 thru July 24 on the Full Sail University stage, along with the two bands mentioned prior. Below you can watch the band’s music video for “Dream Eater” the features Tyler Carter.

Taking over the Journeys Left Foot stage is New Years Day. New Years Day is a hard rock band from California that we here at LivingTheVanLife cannot wait to finally see live! Comprised of Ash Costello, Nikki Misery, and Jeremy Valentyne, you can catch New Years Day all summer long on Van’s Warped Tour.

Rounding out this week’s 5 bands to check out at Warped Tour is Too Close To Touch on the Mutant South stage. Kentucky’s alternative/rock band will be setting out on all the stops this summer. You can listen to Too Close To Touch’s song “Sympathy” and watch the music video below.

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