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Aim High

Aim High is a Pop-punk/Alternative-core band out of Columbia, SC. We immerse ourselves in our music, and hope to jolt into the scene swinging by adding our own unique sound & style, we #AIMHIGH 
 

Vocals - Calebjustcaleb

Lead Guitar - Thomas Baker

Rhythm Guitar - Steven Howard

Bass - Morgan Johnson

Drums - Logan Pierce

MUSIC & SOCIAL MEDIA: fanlink.to/HGTPG

Press:

Aim High (est 2019) has shared the stage with the likes of: Blessthefall, Rarity, Palisades, Slaves, Never Loved, Young Culture, Brigades, Homesafe, Glass Houses, Auras, Harm and many more. They have played venues such as:

New Brookland Tavern(Columbia, SC)

Amos Southend(Charlotte, NC)

Walter's(Houston, TX)

The Drunk Horse Pub(Fayetteville, NC)

Skylark Social(Charlotte, NC)

Toros(RIP)(Atlanta, GA) 

White Mule(Columbia, SC)

The Milestone(Charlotte, NC)

and are planning a full east-coast tour in the summer of 2020.

NEW MUSIC VIDEO //ALTPRESS

Aim High recently dropped their new music video for "The Hitchhiker's Guide To Playing God" via Alternative Press. Check it out below on AltPress' official Facebook page:

Boring Stats:

Aim High in the press:

"The extraordinarily catchy, yet refreshingly organic hooks are every bit memorable and personal as the tappy breakdown is raw and in your face." - FreelanceAudioClub 

2019

"The band’s tone feels and sounds very modern, but there is a certain gritty feel to it, which certainly allows listeners to experience the most human component of their creativity. “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To Playing God” boats a mixing and mastering credit by Andrew Wade”(A Day To Remember, Real Friends, Neck Deep). For a band with 1 single out, having a legendary producer/engineer to team up with them on their second release, can only mean big and bright things for Aim High in the future." - Whats So Special About Music

"For its debut release, upstart Columbia emo/punk act Aim High showcases its versatility with a pair of conjoined but divergent EPs. The first, Garnet Eyes, embellishes the brightly bristling catharsis of Taking Back Sunday and similar acts with unexpectedly dynamic rhythms; the second, Severed Ties, brings a more thunderous and caustic edge, tilting toward the volatility of hardcore. Through both halves, singer Calebjustcaleb — known previously as a mercurial and engaging hip-hop artist — pierces hooks with heart-tugging passion and impressive flexibility."

-Jordan Lawerence

Free Times