SUCH LUCK is a pop punk group hailing originally from the Kansas City, Missouri area. SUCH LUCK was formed by Ethan Campbell and Colt Coan after leaving their previous project. They began writing music in the fall of 2017, and decided to start looking for a vocalist to put lyrics to their instrumentals, and did so by putting out a Facebook video. Their first responder was also the most equipped in frontman Trey Juarez (ex For The Team). Lyle Simon (ex For The Team) and Cody Miller (Embrace This Day) were then added to form what many in the local scene are referring to as a "pop punk supergroup".
The debut single of pop punk outfit SUCH LUCK has received praises from both music publications and fans alike. The single titled “Don’t Come Back” is only a glimpse into what the Kansas City natives have planned for their debut EP, titled “Probably Happy”, which releases in March of 2018. With both modern and traditional influences in their genres and ones surrounding, you can hear a sense of originality in such a familiar structure. Since then, the band has also released a cover of The Rembrandts' infamous "I'll Be There For You", made popular by the TV show "Friends".
Members of the SUCH LUCK camp have previously played with artists such as Mayday Parade, We The Kings, Knuckle Puck, Cute is What We Aim For, and many more, and they plan to bring this new and exciting sound to similar audiences. The band is ready to take the world by storm in 2018 and beyond with more music and more shows across the country. We’re probably happy about it and we hope you are too.
SUCH LUCK is Trey Juarez, Ethan Campbell, Colt Coan, Lyle Simon and Cody Miller.