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Knuckle Puck

Chicago's Knuckle Puck specialize in a muscular and melodic blend of old-school punk rock and emo. Following a series of buzzed-about EPs in the early 2010s, the band gained wider attention with their 2014 full-length Copacetic and its 2017 follow-up Shapeshifter. Knuckle Puck toured the U.S. and Europe heavily, playing with bands like Neck Deep, Good Charlotte, and Mayday Parade and releasing a third album, 20/20, in late 2020. After signing with the Pure Noise label, they returned in 2023 with a more intense tone on their fourth album Losing What We Love. Hailing from the southernmost suburbs of the Windy City, pop-punk unit Knuckle Puck formed in 2010 around the talents of John Siorek (drums), Joe Taylor (vocals), Nick Casasanto (guitar/vocals), Ryan Rumchaks (bass), and Kevin Maida (guitar). Drawing well-earned comparisons to bands like the Wonder Years, the Story So Far, and Rise Against, the group put out a trio of self-released EPs (2011's Knuckle Puck Demo, 2012's Don't Come Home, and 2013's The Weight That You Buried) before inking a deal with Bad Timing Records, which issued two more EPs (While I Stay Secluded and Weight That You Buried) in 2014. Another deal was struck, this time with Rise Records, and in the summer of 2015, Knuckle Puck finally released their debut album, Copacetic, which made a solid showing on the alternative and hard rock charts as well as Billboard's Top 200. Tours of the U.S. and Europe followed, and in March 2017 the band delivered a non-album 7" single featuring a pair of tunes, "Calendar Days" and "Indecisive." Knuckle Puck's sophomore album, Shapeshifter, arrived in October of that year, reaching number 50 on the Billboard pop chart. Eschewing the more introspective style of their first two albums, the band sought a more overtly positive tone their next outing. Led by upbeat songs like "RSVP" and "Breathe," 20/20 was released in September of its titular year and marked Knuckle Puck's last release for Rise. In December 2021, they released a single, "Levitate," and went out on a headlining tour in celebration of their tenth anniversary. A self-released 2022 EP, Disposable Life, was followed by tours with Hot Mulligan and New Found Glory, after which they signed with Pure Noise and released the single "Groundhog Day." Throughout 2023, Knuckle Puck delivered additional singles like "The Tower" and "Losing What We Love." Less hopeful and more intense than their previous work, they paved the way for the group's fourth album, Losing What We Love, which came out later that year.
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