Interview: We The Kings

We recently had a chance to chat with Travis Clark and Charles Trippy of We The Kings while in Toronto for their 10 year anniversary tour. In this part one of the interview, they talked about the band’s latest re-release of “Sad Song” featuring Olivia Holt, marriage proposals, fan questions and much more.

We also got to stay for the show and had an amazing time. The Mod Club was absolutely packed and they played their entire first album as well as a bunch of their more recent releases.

Travis shared tons of hilarious stories and maybe a little too much information about what Secret Valentine is really about- you’ll have to catch them on the #WTK10 tour to find out. Stay tuned for part two where Travis and Charles share their most embarrassing concert moments, how their music/band lifestyle has evolved and when you can expect new music!

We would love to hear your favourite part, let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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