By: Jordan Lindley
After wrapping up their sold-out headlining U.S. tour, alt-rockers Highly Suspect with 300 Entertainment and De Goot Entertainment have just released their sophomore LP, The Boy Who Died Wolf. The band members, Johnny Stevens and twind Rich and Ryan Meyer, have crafted a new experience for their listeners which has been decribed as "stellar" by Associated Press and "smoldering, dynamic, and soulful" by NPR.
From the intimate "Chicago" to the stabbing "Viper Strike," Highly Suspect plays with their range in this record, while the hit single "My Name Is Human" climbs the charts. Frontman Johnny Stevens told Eterntainment Weekly, "I was the boy, and was a wolf. Everything was a fight and a struggle. I killed that part of me, and now the man is left,” referencing early life hardships in Cape Cod and struggling through music career beginnings in Brooklyn.
This album's release is very exciting, and we hope to see more and more of Highly Suspect in the future. You can purchase or listen to the album on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon.