Fourth And Goal Release New Music Video

Hailing from New Haven, CT, the pop-punk quartet formed in December 2010, adding yet more talent to the rapidly rejuvenating Connecticut scene. The band’s work to date projects a brand of honest, infectious pop-punk with the buoyant guitar work serving as the perfect backdrop for Ryan Cunningham’s rich and attentive lead vocals, with soaring melodic choruses a staple of the Fourth and Goal sound.

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With a reputation that quickly spread across the local scene, Fourth and Goal have landed support slots and tours with the likes of Count To Four, City Lights & We Still Dream, consistently delivering a sound that excels to its highest degree during a live show. Fourth and Goal have proven they are a band that fit seamlessly onto the bill of any brand of rock show, and have announced shows with VEARA for later in the year.

With Take Notes already under their belts, Fourth and Goal have already begun work on a follow-up which is expected early next year. Fans will not have to wait much longer for new music however, with new single ‘Chutes and Ladders’ set to feature on the forthcoming Take This To Heart Records split, which is due to drop later this fall. The track, produced by Chris Curran (A Loss For Words, Paris, Handguns) will showcase Fourth and Goal at their foot-stomping best as the band look to spread their upbeat sound nationwide.

Fourth and Goal is:
Ryan Cunningham
Mike Hoer
Kevin Tiernan
Boomer Murzyn
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