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Welsh Pop-Punkers Who Saves The Hero? “Give It Everything” in Their New Video

Welsh pop-punkers Who Saves The Hero? are ready to kickstart 2022 with their new video for “Give It Everything”. Check it out here.



Drawing influences from all eras of pop punk, Who Saves The Hero?’s sound is a fusion of throwback nostalgia and modern pop sensibilities.

In a showdown of old vs. new, you can hear how the South Wales outfit put their own twist on a popular genre by adding their own splash of classic throwback sound in their new video “Give It Everything.”

Speaking about the track, the band says:

“‘Give It Everything’ is a song that’s written about “giving it everything” in life. In this case about the band. When this song was written the band wasn’t in the best of places and this is what brought this track to life. Sitting there thinking about the positive things that the band had accomplished over the years, it sparked the title ‘Give It Everything’, then the track was born.”

Extensive touring with the likes of fellow pop-punk heavyweights Kids in Glass Houses, Handguns, Failsafe, Destine, Forever Came Calling, (SPONGE) and Junior to name just a few, their hard graft that secured them an invitation to play the San Diego date on the last ever cross country Vans Warped Tour in 2018 along with several other shows on the west coast.

In early 2020, Who Saves The Hero? signed a record deal with Lost Music Collective and, kickstarting 2022 with their new video and April tour dates, the Welsh band is ready to show the world what they have got.

Tour Dates:

04/02 – Workington – Skinny Jimmy’s Rock Bar
04/05 – Newcastle – The Little Buildings
04/06 – Brighton – The Prince Albert
04/07 – Birmingham – Subside
04/08 – Treforest – Green Rooms
04/09 – Cambridge – The Blue Room
04/10 – London – TBC

Who Saves The Hero Tour Poster

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