UK Pop Punk 5-Piece A Few Too Many Release New Single “Someday”

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UK Pop Punk 5-Piece A Few Too Many Release Bouncy New Single “Someday”

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Photo: Daniel Ackerley/Lightning Bolt Photography

What Others Have Said About A Few Too Many:

“Cambridgeshire’s A Few Too Many have been taking the scene by storm. The band are modernizing our favorite classic vibes.”- Alternative Press

“Someday’ combines near-metallic riffs with a sun-stained pop-punk attitude to create a song that feels as familiar as it does fresh.”- Rock Sound

“A Few Too Many are the real deal.”- Substream Magazine

“Someday from A Few Too Many, what a cracking track! Hopefully, we will be hearing much more of them.”- BBC Cambridge

“…pop punk as f*ck…”- Moshville

“…slamming power pop with nods to influences like Green Day and Blink 182.”- Punkanormal Activity

“…sounding like a soundtrack to a summer’s day spent with your friends.”- Dead Press

“A Few too Many carry the classic fun, energetic elements of anthemic pop-punk with a heavier, rockier edge.”- Gig Radar


Lyric Video:

Lyric video created by Adam Fitch

Stream the track on all digital platforms:

Track recorded at Crooks Hall Studio, mixed and mastered by Andrew Wade._


“Our single Someday represents our determination to continue to chase our dreams despite setbacks, disappointments and toxic relationships. This song is our survival anthem.”A Few Too Many

Recently hailed by Alternative Press as one of “10 Rising UK-Based Pop-Punk Bands You Need To Hear,” Cambridgeshire England’s A Few Too Manywas born from the ashes of the MTV/Myspace generation of OG pop punk. To date, the band has been featured in/on Alternative Press, Substream, Rock Sound. Powerplay Magazine, New Noise, BBC Introducing, Cracked Magazine, etc., as well as having had tracks playlisted on the official editorial Spotify playlists ‘New Punk Tracks’ and ‘Pop Punks Not Dead’ and Kerrang’s own Spotify playlist ‘Pop Punk’.

Combining captivating melodies, deliciously infectious hooks and relatable lyrics in their songs, alongside an energy-packed live show, AFTM continue to enthrall audiences all around the UK and further afield.

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A Few Too Many:

Rob Hardy – Frontman

Danny Freeman – Rhythm Guitar/Vocals

Jez Giles – Lead Guitar

Luke D’Alton – Bass/Vocals

Mitch Holleyman – Drums

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