TextFormed in the mid-90s, GOOD CHARLOTTE have six albums and two collaborations under their belt. The band was integral in establishing a global critical mass for the pop-punk genre. The group’s 2000 self-titled debut laid the foundation with the singles “Little Things” and “Festival Song”. Then in 2002, the breakthrough success of The Young and the Hopeless catapulted pop-punk into the stratosphere and set them on the path to worldwide superstardom. The group followed with multi-platinum albums including The Chronicles of Life and Death (2004) and Good Morning Revival (2007). Now, after the release of their ARIA No.1 selling album Youth Authority in 2016, Good Charlotte are ecstatic to continue sharing their music to the masses of die-hard fans around the world.
Wrexham UK pop-punks NECK DEEP have become the most successful British band in the history of their genre, at an average age of just 23. They’ve scored Kerrang! and APMA awards along the way and worked alongside legends like Mark Hoppus of Blink-182. Their second full-length album Life’s Not Out To Get You smashed its way in to the top 10 of both the UK and U.S. album charts. Neck Deep’s third album – The Peace & The Panic, which debuted No.8 on the ARIA albums chart, is a meditation on the constant duality of life and the struggles that come with it.
Screamo rock gods FALLING IN REVERSE walk that fine line between genius and insanity, self-seriousness and self-deprecation, implosion and explosion! The five piece have built a fanatical fan base off the back of the ridiculous vocal range of frontman Ronnie Radke and their enigmatic, unrelenting live shows that are nothing short of spectacular! Their new album Coming Home debuted No.12 on the ARIA albums chart while its predecessor Just Like You debuted No.8 on the ARIA albums chart (the bands highest chart debut in the world).