Fans of both pop rock and punk enjoy the eclectic sound of Waterparks. Their music incorporates pop with punk, creating an edgy sound that makes their wide audience of listeners want to get up and move. Though a relatively new group, Waterparks has won the attention and loyalty of fans with their extensive live performances, tour dates and appearances at festivals and events. The band tours widely in the U.S, but is also followed by fans across the globe. A Waterparks tour date is an energetic and dynamic show that concert-goers won't soon forget.
This three-man band from Houston, Texas, was formed in 2011 and tours often, including performances at some of the largest music venues in North America. Founders Awsten Knight and Gage Matthieu met in 2011 while working with different bands, and Waterparks was born. The group played their first show mere months later at Warehouse Live in Houston. The band headlined with pop icon Aaron Carter on his Houston tour, as well as performed at the Houston stop of the Warped Tour in 2013, and again in 2015. The band then signed with Equal Vision Records, and was under management with the Madden brothers, Benji and Joel.
Waterparks biggest hits
In January 2016, Waterparks released an EP, Cluster, co-produced by Benji Madden. They later took the stage at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California, during the Good Charlotte comeback performance. The band played every date of the 2016 Warped Tour, as well as the End the Madness Tour and the Black Cat Tour. In August 2016, Waterparks released their single, "Stupid for you," ahead of their album's debut. Double Dare came out in November 2016.
Waterparks band bio
Since 2011, Waterparks has been comprised of three musicians: Otto Wood on drums, Awsten Knight on guitar and lead vocals, and Geoff Wigington on guitar and backing vocals. These Texans started out by playing gigs and venues in and around Houston, but have expanded to playing some of the largest venues in the U.S. They maintain a global audience, and their perseverance has paid off in droves of loyal fans. With vast exposure from extensive tour appearances and live performances, Waterparks is becoming a name that is as familiar to music lovers as any contemporary pop rock band of this millennium.
Similar to Waterparks
Fans of pop rock bands like Fall Out Boy and Good Charlotte have likely heard about Waterparks; their eclectic sound crosses genres, appealing to a vast audience of music lovers. The melodic stylings of Waterparks have been characterized as being both pop-punk and pop-rock, and the band demonstrates some influences and takes some inspiration from bands such as Green Day and Blink 182.
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