3x Grammy Nominated Band, Highly Suspect, to Play Marathon Music Works on November 21

Recently announced their new album, "MCID"

The three piece, three time Grammy-nominated rock band, Highly Suspect, are headed to Nashville on November 21. The band is coming with their third album- and it takes a sharp left sonically from their previous music.The group recently dropped two new songs and announced their new album, “MCID” which features collaborations with Young Thug, Tee Grizzley, Gojira and Nothing But Thieves.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21
102.9 THE BUZZ PRESENTS HIGHLY SUSPECT
DOORS: 7 PM / SHOW: 8:30 PM
TICKETS $28.00 – $135.00 FOR ALL AGES

 

Originally from Cape Cod, the three band members played covers in dive bars and moved to a studio apartment in Brooklyn together. In 2015, they gained national recognition after the release of their debut album Mister Asylum on 300 Entertainment and their singles “Lydia” and “Bloodfeather” topped the rock radio charts. The next year they performed at the Grammy Ceremony, receiving two nominations for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Song. In 2017 the band traveled to Bogota, Colombia to record their second album, The Boy Who Died Wolf. It was released in November 2016  and the success of hits “Little One” and “My Name Is Human,” earned the band a third Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song.
And now the band is ready to release album three, a manifesto full of lead singer Johnny Steven’s private confessions, packed to the brim with themes of self loathing, body image issues, substance abuse, addressing his complicated past and trying to change his future. There is also a sprinkle of his outspoken anti-Trump political stance, and stories of heartbreak and hope. It’s not surprising that his most vulnerable collection of songs is addressed directly to his chosen family, his followers, and his comrades- the title of the album is MCID.
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