Tragic Youth
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Tragic Youth

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The best kept secret in music


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Hydroponic Youth (EP)
Compulsive Behaivor

Various songs on streaming radio


Feeling a bit camera shy


This Massachusetts based band established themselves throughout New England, under the name 4:20 with a strong fan base as well as commercial and college airplay, showcases, gig slots and festival appearances with major label acts such as Disturbed, Staind, Sevendust, Shinedown, RA, Must, Lacuna Coil and Black Label Society. In late 2003, the longtime quartet added another member to enhance the sound (London, England native, Carl Cordean) write new material and changed their name to TRAGIC YOUTH.

After a couple of initial full-length releases, the band caught the attention of Grammy Award winning producer and engineer, Warren Riker (Santana, Lauryn Hill, Korn, Sublime, Everlast, etc.) who upon hearing their release Compulsive Behavior, wanted to work with the band. Through the course of a year, Warren worked with TRAGIC YOUTH producing several tracks, one of which "Isn't It Hard" was made into a concept video produced by IDrops.

Currently, TRAGIC YOUTH is working on their next recording slated for a late 2004 release. In the meantime, they continue to perform in New England and New York and write new material.

* Was selected for the NEMO Music Showcase & Conference in 2002
* Was selected and performed in the Locobazooka music festival for three years
* Opened for national acts
* Won WAAF Battle of the Bands 2004