A musical lighthouse, shining a resilient light for everyone that has had to pull themselves up by their bootstraps, Tropidelic has arrived on the national stage. Coming out of Cleveland, Ohio, a city rich in character and music history, this six-piece musical powerhouse has built off that history to carve their own path with a DIY independent mentality. Coming from a disciplinarian military family upbringing, front man Roads, for the first time, explores feelings more than sounds, seeing where the emotional travel can take him, while valuing being comfortable and honest over fitting Tropidelic into a neat sonic box.

There is a sense of seeing where the music can go on the new album. As an everyman band making music to overcome life’s obstacles, the “goals” that Tropidelic made when starting the band have all been surpassed. Roads says of the band’s future with characteristic blue collar work ethic, “I’m nose to the grindstone. It’s going great and I am going to keep going.”

The past year has included a first pitch at a Cleveland Guardians game followed by a live performance for the entire
stadium; an adopted highway in their hometown; producing two of their own festivals (Sunny Days and Everwild Music
Festival); tens of millions of streams of Tropidelic’s music; appearances at major US festivals such as Beach Life and
Tortuga; tours with The Dirty Heads, Lupe Fiasco, OAR, 311, and Michael Franti; and their first performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Since Tropidelic’s last album (All the Colors) debuted on Ineffable Records in 2022, the band has continued to see
exponential growth, amassing over 50 million streams on Spotify alone while selling out venues of increasing size in small and major cities alike. They continue to release a series of impressive singles featuring guest appearances from Nick Hexum of 311, Krayzie Bone of Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Prof, Dirty Heads, Matisyahu, Devin the Dude, and Shwayze.