Hailing from the Orlando suburbs, The High Ground formed in 2017 and consists of front man Andrew Parker (vocals), brothers Jack and Matthew Brown (guitar and bass, respectively), and Dillon Smith (drums). The band’s sound can best be described as a blend of pop punk, metal, and post-hardcore, with influences such as Rise Against, Senses Fail, and Silverstein echoing throughout their music.
The band’s debut EP “Concrete” arrived under the radar in early 2018, but positive reception quickly led to a growing fan base and several high-profile shows, including a showcase performance at Florida Music Festival and the Orlando stop of the iconic Vans Warped Tour.
Positive momentum continued in 2019, highlighted by the summer release of a new single, two music videos, and the September release of their much-anticipated, sophomore studio EP. With each passing day, the band continues to refine their identity and stake out their position on the scene, poised and ready to take the next big step…
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