We Stole The Kids
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We Stole The Kids

New York City, New York, United States | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Band Alternative Pop




"Meet: We Stole The Kids"

"I watched their debut music video “Find Me There” and I instantly fell in love. This band is awesome!" - Vibrant Doll


"An instant hit... The perfect middle place between today’s party music and the haunted, thoughtful stuff you listen to at home.  Hitting the web at the exact right moment, We Stole The Kids are out to make good on their promise." - PREX Indie Music Blog

"We Stole The Kids - All In My Head"

"They blend fantastic hip-hop in the verses with 90s pop vocals in the chorus and a funky guitar instrumental to give them a sound that I guarantee most of you haven't heard until you press play." - College of Music

"Pump The Beat - All In My Head"

"After a few listens, you'll definitely be singing the hook over and over. It's really catchy" - Pump the Beat

"We Stole The Kids - All In My Head"

"Crisp hip-hop style together with... indie, pop, and rock influences to create a pleasantly diverse sound that is relaxed but energizing." - RawTracks

"We Stole The Kids - Find Me There"

"We Stole The Kids.. really is a breath of fresh air into the music scene. Even though I would categorize them as an indie band, they manage to blend in some hip-hop as well as a little dubstep that surprisingly works perfectly together. The female vocals go perfectly over this catchy beat and I’m sure you will be singing along to the hook by the end of the song" - Good Music All Day

"Matisyahu [Tarrytown Music Hall Show Review]"

"These guys have their own sound, a mix of pop/rock, electronic, and hip-hop, taking influence from bands like Blink 182 and Awolnation. They just released a music video for their infectious track “All In My Head”, which you can check out here. The group played a great acoustic set, showcasing Ingui’s vocals, and even including some nice touches of cello from the classically trained Coupe." - METROJOLT



"Find Me There" feat. Megan Vice - Video & Single released September 2011, amassing over 50k listens on internet radio as well as several thousand downloads

"All In My Head" - Video & Single released Febuary 27, 2012

"I'm Alive" - Video & Single released March 2012

"Mr. Minus" - Video & Single to be released April 2012


Late Night Episode EP set for release in May 2012



WSTK was formed by young artists whose ambition and creativity overshadow their age and experience, yet each member has large achievements to their individual credit. In prior projects, members of the band have performed sold out concerts at the historic Apollo Theater, the Bamboozle festival, and Bombfest. Several members of WSTK were part of The Band Eclypse, whose first EP debuted in the top 10 of the iTunes Rap/Hip-Hop Albums Chart in late 2010.

Since the formation of We Stole The Kids in 2011, the band has strived to achieve something totally unique that also sits comfortably in the ever-shifting pop climate. Sonically, the band collides catchy rock and hip hop with infectious pop and electronic trances. At its most eclectic, WSTK conjures indie, dance-pop, and dubstep influences into songs like "Find Me There,” which was released in late 2011 to a very positive critical response. The band has finished production on two debut EPs, which are set for release in March and May 2012. A video for the first EP's lead single “All In My Head” was released in February of 2012, with videos for the next two singles ready to be released as the EP release date approaches. 2012 looks to be a big year for We Stole The Kids.