Count To Four release Bruce Springsteen ‘Atlantic City’ cover

By on September 20, 2014
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Count To Four has released the third video from their ‘Cover Sessions’ acoustic series. The latest video sees lead singer Mike Hayden cover Bruce Springsteen’s ‘Atlantic City’. The Philly pop-punkers have recently returned from their first Canadian headline tour and will be returning to the studio this Winter to record the follow up to critically acclaimed debut album Between Two Cities. You can watch the previous video in ‘Cover Sessions’ here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JC97jOl-s30

 

Check out the band’s latest music video for ‘I Hope Not’ here: http://bit.ly/1cwLd5K

 

‘Sunny pop-punk’ – Alt Press

 

‘…pure, high-octane, intensely emotive pop-punk’ – MTV Buzzworthy

Count To Four was formed in early 2010. Made up of members Mike Hayden, Jay Miller, Pete Adams and Neale DiMento, the band wasted no time in writing and recording, putting out debut EP Know Where You Come From that September, just a matter of months after inception.

 

‘Pop-punk’s newest hopes’ – Big Cheese Magazine

Know Where You Come From, along with 2011’s Acoustic EP showcased not only the bands’ highly motivated DIY work ethic, but also their versatility on song writing. It didn’t take long for their tenacious efforts to be noticed, either, being drafted in to support some of pop-punk’s biggest names including The Wonder Years, Man Overboard, We Are the In Crowd and Senses Fail. Further to such success, in December 2012 Count To Four were also handpicked from a contest of around 400 bands to open for All Time Low at a one-off college concert. All Time Low themselves choosing Count To Four as the deserving band.

 

A throwback pop-punk sound which we all really love’ – Alex Gaskarth (All Time Low)

 

‘Your new favourite pop-punk band’ – BUZZNET

 

Between Two Cities captures the honest intent of Count To Four, combining their individual integrity with a musical landscape made to mirror the velocity and emotion of the stories it withholds. The release sees the quartet perfecting their signature sound with ten aggressive, hook-heavy anthems with Matt Dalton (Craig Owens, For The Fallen Dreams, Chiodos) behind the controls.

‘…quintessential pop-punk at its finest’ – Property Of Zack

 

‘Between Two Cities is sure to please lovers of pop-punk everywhere’ – idobi Radio

**You can watch Count To Four’s latest music video for ‘I Hope Not’ on VH1**

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DaveHHM

Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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