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Four Year Strong’s blend of Pop Punk and Melodic Hardcore has been called everything from Easycore to Beardcore but whatever you want to call it, it has served the band well over the years.
Formed in 2001, the band all attended the same Massachusetts high school. Members Dan O'Connor, Alan Day, Joe Weiss, Jake Massucco and Josh Lyford (who has now left the band) wasted no time in recording their debut album ‘Its Our Time’ which the band released in a small run of 400 copies.
After releasing a demo the year prior, the band released sophomore effort ‘Rise Or Die Trying’ which, with the support of I Surrender Records, hit 31 on the Heatseekers chart. As the band’s popularity increased in later years it went on to sell over 50000 copies.
2009 saw the release of a covers album ‘Explains it all’, with songs from the likes of Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins and No Doubt all being very important to the band growing up. 2010’s ‘Enemy of the World’ followed and with the support of Universal would go on to be the biggest chart success the band had had so far selling over 12000 copies in its first week.
The band supports itself through relentless touring playing on the likes of the Warped Tour and sharing the stage with big names like Blink 182 and All Time Low. In 2013 the band was on an extended break leaving fans worried that the band had broken up but by 2014 they had released a new EP and were back on the road again much to the relief of their worried fans.