Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive

Hometown: Sydney (Australia)


Hailing from Sydney, Australia, feisty fivesome Tonight Alive are ready to attack the U.S. with their irrepressible, female–fronted power pop–punk. Lead by Jenna McDougall, their 19 year old ingenue–with–attitude, Tonight Alive has already taken their native scene by storm, developing a rabid young fanbase enthralled by the band's ebullient, fist–pumping anthemery, arena–sized hooks and high–voltage live performances.

Produced by Mark Trombino (Blink–182, Jimmy Eat World) and featuring Blink 182's Mark Hoppus, new album What Are You So Scared Of–, is the perfect snapshot of this thrilling new Fearless Records signing – a collection of twelve tracks with as much gravitas as gusto and good times. Already gaining a cult audience in the U.S. thanks to key music placements on MTV's The Hills, and tours with Breathe Carolina, Anberlin, Simple Plan, The Wonder Years, and The Fearless Friends Tour already under their belts, the band is set to storm the nation this spring on the road with Go Radio, followed by a full summer on Vans Warped Tour. Keep your eyes on Tonight Alive as ones to watch this fall and into 2012!


Tonight Alive The Other Side

Tonight Alive

The Other Side (2013)

Fearless Records

Tonight Alive What Are You So Scared Of?

Tonight Alive

What Are You So Scared Of? (2011)


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