"Hailing from Hoboken, New Jersey, rock quartet Waking Heroes show they have the power pop chops of The Goo Goo Dolls intermingled with the burly tremors of Sugarcult and the anthem-esque hooks of All Time Low on their new EP One Fight to Fight.
Produced by Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount who have worked on recordings from Mayday Parade and Jimmy Eat World, the band's 5-track EP is relevant to a new generation of rock fans, those who are the children of their predecessor Bon Jovi and the grandchildren of Bruce Springsteen. The songs have an arena rock plumpness and a melodic rock throbbing that writes a new chapter in power pop punk's annals."
- Susan Frances (Yahoo Voices)
Waking Heroes existed in the minds and imaginations of founding members Danny Roselle and Mikey Vranek long before it actually became a reality. It manifested itself somewhere in the back of a tour van while driving across the country on the way to one more gig, in one more city, one more year in a row. "It was a chance for us to take a step back, look at what we had and think about what we wanted to have. Touring for 5 straight years with our previous band we've learned a lot, and certainly have lived a lot. We've had the chance to share the stage with some of the biggest and coolest performers in rock music such as; The Goo Goo Dolls, Bowling For Soup, Bon Jovi, Sugarcult, Lifehouse, The Ataris, We The Kings, All Time Low, and so many more. We've made a ton of great friends, who we now are honored to consider family."
Joining Danny and Mikey on this new journey is Jacksonville native, bassist, Justin Pritchard, while rounding out this outfit is newest addition, drummer, Tim Anderson. Having just recently released their EP One Fight to Fight, these assiduous four are already back in the studio writing their next release and preparing one of the most energetic and commanding live rock performances to date.