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Up From Here have dropped a brand new single, “High Roller”

Tampa pop-punk trio Up From Here have dropped a brand new single, “High Roller”. With summer blooming, the Floridians celebrated July 4th weekend with a hook-laden, seasonal pop-punk anthem.

About the band: Initially conceived as an acoustic duo, Up From Here’s hard work and persistence saw them evolve into a nationally touring, multiple Warped Tour date playing outfit within three years of inception.

The Tampa natives’ workmanlike approach helped helped developed a local buzz ahead of 2018’s ‘Words Left Unsaid’, with the sophomore EP showcasing a lyrically smart, heart-on-sleeve and hook-laden brand of melodic punk.

With the guidance of All Time Low’s Rian Dawson and more recently Dan Swank, behind the controls, and over 2 million streams on Spotify, Up From Here continue to emerge as a pop-punk powerhouse in waiting. Recent releases “In My Head” and “Throw It All Away” showcasing both the band’s ambition and ability to roll out consistent high ticket tracks.

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