Come Down Denver is an up and coming pop punk band from Georgia and they show a lot of promise. The band just released a new EP titled Don't Sweat It, and it's pure pop punk greatness. We can't wait to see what's next from the band, but for right now we're cool with blasting Don't Sweat It every chance we get. Check out what the band had to say when we interviewed them below, then pick up a copy of the EP. You won't regret it.
How many songs did you originally have for Don't Sweat It?
Were there any songs that were cut from this EP that you'd like to include on a future release?
Yes, and the plans for it's release are already in place.
What's the story behind your band name?
I, Chris, was just trying to figure out a good band name. i was really into mayday parade at the time and their songs with cities and states in them inspired me to go along those lines. the first city i looked up was denver, which is called "the mile high city." from that i came up with Come Down Denver
Who is your "dream band" to tour with?
A Day to Remember
Which state/country is at the top of your list of places to tour?
States-California, Colorado. Country-England
How did you get interested in music in the first place?
We all come from rather musical backgrounds. Christian was always in chorus. Casey was a cellist in orchestra. Travis had family that got together and played on holidays. Bill took years of piano lessons and has always taken it seriously since he was young. Our drummer is about the only one without an extensive background, but he fell in love with the instrument through his favorite types of music an has grown very rapidly.
What is your biggest goal with your music career?
To make playing music a full time job, to not hate working. To inspire kids sincerely with our music. To be the biggest band ever would be cool, but fame isn't what we're after. We just want success.
What's the last thing you do before going on stage?
We stretch and mentally prepare for the show. We feel like were totally different people on stage. We like to portray an energy we feel is rare in many local music scenes.
Is there anything else you'd like to add?
We'd like to thank you for interviewing us, we really appreciate any and all support. As well as shout out our manager, Bill Boyette, for making what we do a possibility.
What's next for Come Down Denver?
Playing music, writing music, and continuing on with our momentum. Loving every moment of doing it.