Headfirst EP (Released April 18, 2018)
1. What Are We (current single)
5. Flashback (next single)
AXS - Music Video Premiere (April 2018)
Genre is Dead Interview (April 2018)
All Access Music Interview (April 2018)
"Sub-Radio’s high-energy live performances and variety of outstanding vocalists have put them on the map up and down the East Coast."
Babetalk Interview (April 2018)
"Get ready to meet your new favourite band! With hooks so catchy that you’ll be humming them for days and rhythms danceable it’s impossible to stand still, DC’s Sub-Radio is the new need-to-know dance rock group! "
Z100 New York (March 2018)
Celeb Mix - EP Preview (March 2018)
"Infectious..." "stuck in your head"
Substream Magazine - Single Premiere (March 2018)
Alternative Press (March 2018)
21 Songs You Need to Hear This Week
Alternative Press (January 2018)
12 Songs You Need to Hear This Week
Pop Matters - Single Review (January 2018)
Pop Dust - EP Review (December 2017)
Festival Beat - Firefly Festival Performance Review (2017)
"They are pretty much unknowns now, but we wouldn’t be at all surprised to see them blow up–they’re too talented not to. "
One Stop Record Shop (UK, June 2017)
"...infectious pop riffs and dosed to the hilt with Americana smothered falsetto. Go on, I give you ten seconds before the foot tapping begins."
Washington, DC's Sub-Radio makes smart, danceable pop rock that's always expanding its boundaries. The sextet's high-energy live performances and variety of outstanding vocalists have put them on the map up and down the East Coast. The band’s clean guitars, dancefloor rhythms, and powerful vocals have garnered comparisons to established pop-rock acts like Walk The Moon and Two Door Cinema Club. Multiple songs have been recognized in national songwriting competitions, and Sub-Radio has gigged heavily across the region, playing at the Cherry Blossom Festival, LAUNCH, Celebrate Fairfax, Dewey Beach Music Conference, and Firefly 2017. Following the success of their 2016 debut Same Train//Different Station, the band embarked on a series of monthly singles from April to September 2017. Their upcoming EP Headfirst tackles the 21st century struggle to define relationships and find a community from the high-energy, often goofy perspective the band's fans have to come to expect.