408 Teams Up With Titus To Create New Pop Punk Anthem “2016” [Skratch n Sniff New Music Alert]

408 is back this time teaming up with genre-bending rapper/pop-punker TITUS to create a new pop-punk anthem “2016“. The song blends the addictive guitar riffs and hooks of Y2K pop-punk and takes listeners’ hand as they stroll down memory lane, reminiscing about the past, and what is considered to be one of the best years of the 2010s. 

Alternative/pop-punk four-piece 408 have been on a tear since signing with BreakSilence Recordings and they began dropping new music from their debut album, Out Of It, which is coming on October 28th.  The four singles that have been released off of the album have brought their monthly listeners to 150,000 on Spotify and helped their streams soar past 5 million already this year.  408’s duet with Taylor Acorn entitled “Backfired“, has become a viral smash stacking up over 500,000 streams on Spotify and gaining traction on TikTok’s platform where it has over 1 million views from videos of fans using the sound clip.  
As more and more new fans are welcoming to 408’s eclectic sound, the band has also drawn press from the likes of Alternative Press, EarMilk, and Rock Sound Magazine. Even legendary pop-punker Mark Hoppus joined in the discussion when the band released “Mark Hoppus”, an homage to the blink-182 frontman, sharing the video on social media and saying, “Very honored! But have I ever been cool? Even without the name check it’s a jam!”   
408’s Out Of It album was recorded with platinum award-winning producer/engineer Andrew Wade and Andy Karpovck (A Day To Remember, Neck Deep) at The Audio Compound in Orlando. Out Of It aims to revitalize the anthemic songs that became soundtracks to countless Warped Tour or skate videos.  
408 brings back the nostalgia of late 90s/early 2000s pop-punk and mixes in fresh elements of EDM, hip-hop and electronica to create something fresh and original. After releasing a series of EPs to break onto the scene, 408 was named one of Earmilk’s “Top Alt-Rock Bands of Summer 2020” and quickly became editorial playlist darlings at Apple Music and Spotify.

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