A R I Z O N A Premieres Two New Songs “Freaking Out” and “Summer Days”
- New Jersey-based electropop band A R I Z O N A dropped two new songs “Freaking Out” and “Summer Days” via streaming music services.
The songs follows up their mixtape "Cross My Mind" and debut album "GALLERY" the released in 2017.
The trio co-wrote the songs with PJ Bianco. In addition, Ryan Pulford co-wrote “Summer Days”.
The band has currently supported Panic! At The Disco's "Pray For The Wicked Tour" in North America since July 11, 2018.
The tour will conclude at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on August 18.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- A R I Z O N A was formed in 2015 and consists of Zach Hannah (lead vocals), Nate Esquite (guitar) and David Labuguen (keys).
They met in Boston while attending Berklee College of Music and Emerson College.
They began jamming and developed an icy, stylish electro-pop together. The trio was discovered by now-manager, Jake Posner, on Reddit in 2015.
The band signed to Atlantic Records and released the debut album "GALLERY" in 2017.
The band performed live at several festivals including South by Southwest, the Governors Ball Music Festival, the Firefly Music Festival and Lollapalooza in 2017.
The debut album "GALLERY":
- source : Idolator