At its core, Victory Dance is the "give no shits" attitude of 5 guys who just play great music - and though the band is newly formed (September 2015), there's no shortage of history. The Dance started when members of pop act Fancy Reagan (Republic Records/Universal Music Group) sought out Kenny Collette, known for his work in Lady Radiator (Emerald Mood Records) and Franchise, to start a more alternative project that would drive down a lane they were more passionate about.
While in Fancy Reagan, Jason Krebs, Bobby Kay and Chris Tsaganeas enjoyed a variety of rapid successes. In less than a year from forming, they were featured in the Huffington Post, took first place against over 3,500 bands on VH1's Make a Band Famous, signed a major label record deal, opened for such notable acts as The Roots and Bleachers, and had their music placed in a variety of outlets including NCAA March Madness TV promos, the opening for The 2015 ESPY Awards and in many MLB stadiums.
Before fronting Victory Dance, Kenny was an unstoppable force right out of the gate. At 17, he signed with independent label Infidel Records, and later with Emerald Moon and Hotfoot Records as the lead singer and front man of Lady Radiator. He toured the country on Warped Tour and Bamboozle, as well as on his own, opening for bands like The Sleeping, Blindside, and As Tall as Lions.
The collaboration of these backgrounds is the pulse of Victory Dance. Taking their proven strengths as pop songwriters and fusing with a much more alternative edge has led to an infectious and unpredictable catalogue. The live show spans from undeniable pop ear-worms like the debut single "Two of Us" to dark guitar driven anthems like "Ultraviolet". Drawing comparisons to juggernauts Imagine Dragons and up and comers Wal the Moon, as well as a little nod to the epic styling of 30 Seconds to Mars, Victory Dance unifies so many styles that they naturally stand on their own.