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Aim High

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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



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.


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:

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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


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