Pop punk is a genre that has really spent the better part of the last decade blossoming and growing. Because of this, there have been an influx of start-up pop punk bands that sometimes it’s hard to keep up. We understand this, and so we’re here to help you out. Let us introduce you to Richmond, Virginia’s Telltale.
Telltale is a band that is a little over a year old, but have been making waves all on their own. They released their debut EP, Good Intentions, independently last summer and have since supported bands like Forever Came Calling, Slaves, In Her Own Words, and more.
Today, we are proud to be premiering a new music video (which you can find at the top of the post) for “451” — which appeared originally on Good Intentions. Speaking on the video and song, the band had this to say: “‘451’ is about never quite being enough for someone despite giving them your best and how over time you eventually realize not everyone can be pleased. This is the last thing people are going to see from us before we hit the studio to record our full length so we really just wanted to create something fun that still tells the story of 451.”
Telltales is currently on tour with Settle Your Scores, and you can check out those remaining dates below.
May 1st – Buffalo, NY at Stamps
May 2nd – Brooklyn, NY at Gold Sounds
May 3rd – Amityville, NY at Revolution Music Hall
May 4th – Baltimore, MD at Charm
May 5th – Richmond, VA at Canal Club
May 6th – Augusta, GA at Epicenter
May 8th – Marietta, GA at Swayze’s
May 9th – Gainesville, FL at High Dive
May 10th – Hudson, FL at What We Live For Studios
May 11th – Daytona Beach, FL at Rokbar
May 12th – Myrtle Beach, SC at Good Day Cafe
May 13th – Greensboro, NC at New York Pizza