About Highly Suspect
Highly Suspect is an American rock band from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Since the release of their debut album in 2015, the band has already had a worldwide fan base and onstage recognition, which has come in the form of multiple Grammy nominations, as well as a virtually guaranteed entry on the charts with each subsequent release. Their sound is an unbalanced mix of raw guitars, unsettling piano, twisted synths, hip-hop production, cinematic vision and beautifully possessed vocals. With their unique style, they have become a worldwide phenomenon that has rallied an avid fan base around them, known as MCID (My Crew Is Dope). Before Highly Suspect, The Picturebooks will be heard – the perfect choice for lovers of sounds associated with wide roads, motorbike travel and skateboarding.
They started out as an underground curiosity, expertly blending energetic hard rock with punk and blues influences, before breaking into the mainstream world with their debut album Mister Asylum (2015) and cementing their position with The Boy Who Died Wolf just a year later. Both releases were nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Album, and the singles from them went gold and hit the Billboard charts. Released in 2019, MCID is their most sonically diverse and lyrically fractious offering to date, proving that they are well suited to collaborations with whether it's metal band Gojira or trap star Young Thug. Since then, they have amassed hundreds of millions of streams and sold out numerous concerts on multiple continents. In 2021, they returned with the album The Midnight Demon Club. Following its release, they were invited by the band Muse as support on their US tour.