Los Angeles musician We Knew Nothing wanted to be in a band since a youth, and he’s finally carrying out that dream. It started with garage band practice with friends in the hardcore scene, but evolved into something much more. His current sound is less hardcore, more emo rap / pop punk, but his creative process still involves making music with his friends.
Kicking off 2021, he shared massive singles like “Suicide Silence” and “Job For a Cowboy” which propelled him into viral triumph. However, with his latest song, “between the buried and me,” We Know Nothing points out, “The new song is definitely more up the lane of the new music which is going way more pop-punk full band sound.”
We Knew Nothing’s latest projects nod back to pop punk’s golden age, with references to cult classic film “10 Things I Hate About You,” tracks that take inspiration from Blink 182, New Found Glory, Paramore, Fall Out Boy, Sleeping With Sirens, Soasin and themes that stand the test of time—like heartbreak, depression, drugs, and money. With his catalog continuously expanding with bangers and supernatural hits, tune in to his latest single below.