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Incase We Crash Release "Found A Home"

Published on 26 June 2021 at 16:00

“‘Found A Home’ is about the burning desire to get out there and fulfil our sole purpose in life - to play music across the world. This aspiration is met with the existential fear that our bodies will decay and we’ll never get to actualize our dreams before falling victim to the inevitable crawl of low-key adult life.” - Simon Austin, Incase We Crash

Incase We Crash (IWC) is a pop-punk band who pride themselves on their authentic and unapologetic sound that gives you something your ears want to hear. Influenced by bands of the golden era of emo/pop-punk like The Starting Line, The Story So Far, Cartel, & Taking Back Sunday, IWC brings the beloved classic pop-punk sound into a new decade with fresh in-your-face guitar riffs, anthemic radio-worthy choruses, and powerful vocal performances all woven together with delicate emo undertones. Based in Toronto, ON & NY, Simon Austin, Alex Koval, and Kyle Malfa have successfully crafted the IWC sound into something that has a live pulse, making the listener feel connected to the band and transports them to their own intimate sonic space.

Having shared stages with international pop-punk bands Seaway and Like Pacific, and opened for bands like Waterparks and Creeper, the band has gotten airplay on Idobi Radio, charted internationally, and are featured on multiple official Spotify playlists like Pop Punk’s Not Dead, The Scene, & Punk Unplugged alongside countless scene giants. After releasing tracks over the last year that help fill a hole in the evolving scene; the group is building momentum with their counter-pop, emo-driven sound and are eager to make their mark while touring the U.S. and beyond, continuing to release new music with themes and lyrics that truly feel intimate.

 

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