BLAME MY YOUTH - Shares Latest Single/Video “Prizefighter”

LA-based rock band and Big Loud Rock signees Blame My Youth are quickly revealing themselves as one of the busiest and hardest working bands in rock in 2023. By recently completing a run supporting HARDY on his acclaimed the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour, and now announcing appearances across the midwest for the fall supporting 311 and AWOLNATION.

An anthem about perseverance and whose towering chorus aims for the cheap seats, Blame My Youth’s latest single, “Prizefighter”, is now currently in rotation on SiriusXM Octane and has been heard on ESPN’s “Top Rank Boxing”, Fox Sports and “Fire Country” on CBS. The song was also recently featured as the theme of WWE’s Night Of Champions, leading to the band obtaining the largest sync impact of any rock act and the fourth largest theme song by both video views and engagements. “Prizefighter” follows the high-energy and guitar hook-heavy alternative rock song “They Only Love You When You’re Dead” and “SOS”, Blame My Youth’s exciting collaboration with OCTAVIO the Dweeb. Watch the music video for “Prizefighter” HERE.

Sean Van Vleet has played the biggest of stages (Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, The Late Show, etc.), went on tour with massive acts (Death Cab for Cutie, Alkaline Trio, Deerhunter, etc.) and worked on songs that appeared in major TV shows, video games, and commercials. So it’s no surprise that as soon as Van Vleet formed Blame My Youth, the band immediately saw their first single, “Right Where You Belong”, land as the closing credits theme on the GRAMMY-nominated soundtrack of Bill & Ted Face the Music, and their follow-up, “Fantastic”, picking up millions of streams and hitting the top 30 on the Active Rock radio charts.