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3PM / Press

“if you want to get noticed like fellow Pop Punk and local heroes All Time Low then you’ll have to have all the ingredients a band like 3PM have. Yeah, add three handsome lads, musical talent, attitude and drive, and now you have the ingredients necessary to create a successful band.”

“Some initial thoughts on 3PM: Unapologetic pop-punk from a very young group of dudes in B'More. Catchy guitar pop in the vein of of early Blink-182 and (very) early New Found Glory. Definitely Reminiscent of the radio circa 2000...this is millenium-era radio-ready pop-punk"”

“Introducing this band to you is an easy story: It’s three friends from Owings Mills who take their cues from pop punk predecessors like Blink-182, New Found Glory, and Yellowcard and belt out songs about how they refuse to grow up and demand to keep things fun…and that includes their music, which is packed with energy from start to finish. If the music these guys make cause you to abuse your volume controls, check out their website, and watch for their upcoming album (which they’re recording this month)”

“Testing limits and breaking rules, 3PM is a young punk rock band you will fall in love with instantly. With two of the band’s members still in high school (secondary school for all you Brits), their level of talent and the maturity of their sound is incredibly impressive. Their music is catchy, upbeat and fun. Their songs reflect their attitudes and outlook on life mostly referring to their absolute refusal to grow up and ability to make everything fun.”

"Check out the 3PM BandPage on Facebook! There’s othing better than getting home at the end of a long day and finding a friendly e-mail from a sick new band waiting in your inbox. That’s exactly what I got last night from Baltimore punk trio 3PM, consisting of Brandon Millman (drums), Brennan Stark (bass/vocals), and Scott Montgomery (guitar/vocals). Their passionate vocals, tight guitar riffs and youthful energy call to mind bands like New Found Glory, Blink-182, and Nada Surf. It can be tough to stand out in today’s saturated music industry, but these guys really have something special, and I for one am excited to see where they go next. Follow the link and check out their songsto see what I mean."

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