The Region

The Region Released New Single “Make A Change”

The Region

Nostalgic pop punk/emo trio The Region has released their newest single, “Make a Change”. This reflective, emotional banger kicks off with a melancholy acoustic guitar riff, leading into Jake Cyprian’s soft, introspective vocals. The track slowly builds in intensity, breaking into a full-band section and giving way to a soaring lead guitar melody. “Make a Change” follows the release of previous singles “Under the Rug”“I Was Wrong” & “Peace of Mind”. Lyrically, the track is one of the most personal songs The Region has written to date. “This time of year can be difficult for a lot of people,” says the band. “We created this track to let them know that they are not alone.”

The Region is a hard-hitting pop punk/emo trio from the outskirts of Chicago. Their music is dynamic and heartfelt, blending heavy and melodic elements with nostalgic overtones. The trio consists of brothers Jake Cyprian on lead vocals/guitar, Phil Cyprian on bass/vocals, and drummer Jon De St. Jean.

Some of their most notable accomplishments include being recognized by Alternative Press as Indiana’s rising pop punk band, performing in front of sold-out crowds in the Chicagoland area, their music being featured on The Scene & All New Punk Spotify editorial playlists, and their songs being aired on Chicago’s 101 WKQX radio station. The Region has also collaborated with artists such as Cory Castro of Free Throw and Violeteyez.

Having shared the stage with acts such as Knuckle Puck, Seaway, Homesafe, Handguns, Hundredth & more, The Region leaves a memorable impact with their passionate and energetic live performance.


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