Pop-Punk Band Trophy Wives Release Video for "Threshold".
The self-proclaimed pop-punk heroes Trophy Wives has released a new video for their infectious single "Threshold". The video was shot by Dan Fried of Just Fly Casual Productions.
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"Threshold is about finding happiness," says vocalist/guitarist Chris Piquette. "You'll never be where you want to be unless you try with everything you've got and that's true in all aspects of life. This song is an anthem for the five us in more ways than musically and we hope it hits home with all of you as well."
In case you missed it, Trophy Wives was selected as an Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands grand finalist, and will also be on tour with Lions Lions and Everyone Dies In Utah.
4/2: The Token Lounge - Westland, MI
4/3: Penny Road Pub - Barrington, IL
4/4: The Fallout Art Center - Minneapolis, MN
4/6: Fubar - St. Louis, MO
4/7: The Conservatory - Oklahoma City, OK
4/8: Korova - San Antonio, TX
4/9: Curtain Club - Dallas, TX
4/10: Warehouse Live - Houston, TX
4/12: Sector 7 - El Paso, TX
4/13: The Rock - Tuscon, AZ
4/14: Pub Rock - Scottsdale, AZ
4/15: Woody's Burgers - San Diego, CA
4/16: White Oak Music Hall - Van Nuys, CA
4/17: The Boardwalk - Orangevale, CA
4/19: Jub Jub's Thirst Parlour - Reno, NV
4/20: The Loading Rock - Salt Lake City, UT
4/22: Skatuary - Sheridan, CO
About Trophy Wives:
With a fresh new attitude and a drive to make great music for their audience TROPHY WIVES are a unique blend of fast paced music, catchy choruses and punchy bridges. Hailing from Providence, RI Trophy Wives pulls roots from the sound of Four Year Strong's high-energy, and All Time Low's flowing melodies and harmonies.
"We like to write passion-fueled music that keeps a card or two up our sleeve," Chris Piquette. Having self produced their last records out of their headquarters, No Boundaries Studios in Providence, RI. Trophy Wives released there first EP, Letting Go, in August of 2012 to a sold out Fete Lounge. Their second highly anticipated release, One Way Trip To Mars, debuted in July of 2013. "This EP is the development of the sound we hold so close to our roots," Travis Danforth. It also made way for their first music video, directed by Brandon Cawood of Flash Light Productions.
Having shared the stage almost a hundred times in the first two years, playing with such acts as Sum 41, Yellowcard, Alan Day, A Skylit Drive, I See Stars, The Acacia Strain, Like Moths To Flames, Chunk!, Our Last Night, Hands Like Houses, Hit The Lights, Vanna, and more. Trophy Wives also voted onto the 2014 Vans Warped Tour Boston date via the annual Ernie Ball contest going on to be one of four finalist beating out thousands of other bands.
With the force of new music and a growing fan-base, Trophy Wives sets their sights on the journey of friends, fans, and dream of spending their lives doing so, spreading their unique attitude and adrenaline filled anthems throughout the US.