HIGH ENERGY POP PUNK FROM LOS ANGELES
AVAILABLE JAN 2ND ON ALL MAJOR PLATFORMS
WHATS ON THE NEW EP?
TRACK 1 : KEEP ME WARM
THIS FAST, HARD-HITTING, ENERGETIC WALL OF SOUND OPENS THE EP WITH A SENSE OF URGENCY! SET IN A CARNIVAL, THIS SONG TAKES THE LISTENER THROUGH A NERVE RACKING FIRST DATE EXPERIENCE OF TRYING TO OVERCOME THE ANXIETY OF MESSING IT UP AND INSTEAD, SHOWCASE CONFIDENCE AND INTRIGUE.
TRACK 2 : YOU'RE MY PLAYER 2
IF YOU GREW UP A 90'S KID YOU MOST LIKELY REMEMBER PLAYING SIDE SCROLLER VIDEO GAMES AND PERHAPS YOU ENCOUNTERED A BOSS YOU JUST COULDN'T BEAT SO YOU HAD YOUR OLDER SIBLING, OR FRIEND WHO WAS GREAT AT IT BEAT IT FOR YOU. THIS SONG IS DEDICATED THOSE WHO HELPED US BEAT THAT BOSS.
TRACK 3 : NOTHING NEW, BUT IT'S MEANT FOR YOU
AFTER RECENTLY BECOMING A FATHER, RYAN WROTE THIS SONG FOR HIS DAUGHTER. DURING THE EVER CHALLENGING YEAR OF 2020 THIS SONG IS INTENDED TO HELP US FOCUS ON BUILDING A POSITIVE FUTURE RATHER THAN FEARING WHATS COMING NEXT.
Cold Weather Kids, based out of Los Angeles, CA, began as a passion project between Adam Allison and Ryan Scottie. The two had met while attending college in Chicago in the early 2010s and instantly formed a lifelong friendship. That friendship would take them to Los Angeles in 2016 where Adam would begin working in recording at Revolution 9 Studios. It was at Rev 9 Recording where Adam met Erik Williams, who became the drummer after previous projects dissolved. The name Cold Weather Kids was inspired by the three upbringings of the members, as all three grew up in places with a cold climate: Michigan, Wisconsin, and Colorado.
Following their debut EP "Songs We Can't Finish" which dropped August of 2020, the band followed up by raising the bar with "Quarantunes" a three song EP made from the time spent inside working remotely due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. The EP was written and recorded remotely and then sent to producer Nick Radovanovic (Grandson, Mister Wives, Stand Atlantic) for that mixing magic that only he can deliver. The final touch provided by Justin Perkins on mastering makes Quarantunes a small but powerful package of new pop punk set to hit ears this holiday 2020.