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Belmont Tops Billboard Charts with Self-Titled Debut LP

Rising Chicago pop-punk band Belmont had a big first week after the release of their new self-titled LP on Mutant League Records.

The band’s debut full-length landed at #2 on Billboard’s Heatseekers, #2 on the Alternative New Artist Albums, #14 Current Alternative Albums and #146 Billboard Top Albums charts.

Vocalist Taz Johnson says, “Thank you, everyone, for the support over the years, we wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the love and dedication we receive from our all fans and friends. This is just the beginning of a long road ahead and we can’t thank everyone enough for the continued support.”

Stream Belmont’s New Full-Length on Spotify

Praise for Belmont:

Rock Sound Magazine: “…Could be the shape of punk to come…”

The Prelude Press: “…Truly mind-blowing…”

Pure Grain Audio: “…Bursting with heart-stopping urgency…”

The New Fury: “…High level of engagement and replay value…”

Chasing Destino: “…So much energy…”

Get Exposed: “…Passionate and powerful…”

Madness To Creation: “…There are gems strewn all across this album..”

Stream Belmont’s new album on Spotify:

The critically-lauded album was mixed and mastered by Dan Korneff (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore) and engineered by Jason Inguagiato at Graphic Nature Studio.

The band is currently on a headline tour with direct support from Such Gold(all dates), plus Southpaw (8/13-8/25), Intervention (8/25-9/5) and Chief State (9/6-9/14).

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Hailed by Rock Sound Magazine as “quite possibly the next great pop-punk band”, Belmont spent the better part of the last two years racking up miles and amassing fans through constant touring with the likes of Have Mercy, Hot Mulligan, Capstan and more in support of their previous release “Between You & Me”. The EP was celebrated by fans and critics alike, gaining millions of streams & views across digital music platforms.

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