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HAPPY. Announces Virtual Concert Event 'Happy. Sucks Live!' Taking Place On March 5th

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Announces Happy. Sucks Live!

A Special Virtual Concert Event Taking Place on

March 5 at 8:00 PM EST

Concert Bundles & Early Bird Tickets Available Here:



Columbia, SC February 19, 2021 – Emo/pop-rock band Happy. is thrilled to announce a special virtual concert event, Happy. Sucks Live!, taking place on March 5 at 8:00 PM EST. The prerecorded concert, filmed at White Studio in Los Angeles, will feature live performances of songs from Happy.’s two acclaimed albums, Imposter Syndrome and Classic, followed by a Q&A with the band. Concert bundles and early bird tickets are available here: https://happy.veeps.com/.

For more information on Happy. please visit: https://www.facebook.com/bandcalledhappy/.

Happy. is Tate Logan (vocals), Sean Bowick (drums) and John Palmer (guitar). Formed in 2016 in Columbia, SC, the group launched with their 4-song EP, The Endless Bummer, which was later released on tapes through Ohio’s Real Life Cassette Girls Records. Following this release, Happy. spent the next year dissecting their sound and writing new songs, creating music that promotes positivity, personal growth, and self-defined happiness. The result was their 2018 debut full-length album, Cult Classic, which was produced by Cartel’s Will Pugh
In October 2020, Happy. followed-up this debut with their second LP, Imposter Syndrome. Produced by Marc McClusky (Weezer, Motion City Soundtrack, The Front Bottoms), Imposter Syndrome is a narrative on the band’s personal experience with the effects of imposter syndrome. They explain, “From the lows of depression, anxiety, and addiction, to the highs of traveling, making friends and living the dream, this record is our everlasting chase for ‘success.’” The album is available for streaming/purchase here: https://happy.lnk.to/impostersyndrome.


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