Get Busy Living


GET BUSY LIVING is a pop punk group from Kansas City who brought Chase’s song from UNFAMILIAR to life. Here is a little bit more about them:

Hailing from Kansas City, Kansas, GET BUSY LIVING first jumped on the pop punk music scene in 2008 as KISS AND TELL and toured for a few years before changing up their line up and becoming GET BUSY LIVING in 2011. Since then, they have put out two EPs on their own—‘Don’t Back Down’ and ‘All Good Memories Fade’—with their signature sound comparable to Four Year Strong, Mayday Parade, and New Found Glory.

With a dedicated, do-it-yourself attitude, lead vocalist/guitarist Chase Petersen, guitarist/vocalist Brandon Magaha, drummer/vocalist Jonny Welch, and bassist/vocalist Jeffrey Hilty continue to play shows across the Midwest. Their high energy performances have landed them Red Gorilla events at South By Southwest in Austin, TX two years in a row, and they have opened up for bands like The Color Morale and Glamour of the Kill.

In 2014, their song ‘Revolution Summer’ was featured on a two-minute slot on NASCAR Network promoting the Talladega races, and they had the opportunity to open up for Avril Lavigne and The Backstreet Boys in Kansas City. GET BUSY LIVING continues to move forward with determination and will be recording their first full-length album in the fall at Standby Records’ studio and are hoping to tour full-time in 2015.

You can watch the music video  for the song, ‘Unfamiliar’ on YouTube. Please watch and leave a comment!

Please buy a copy of the single, ‘Unfamiliar’, or pick up a copy of their record, ALL GOOD MEMORIES FADE, on iTunes and show them some support.

You can visit GET BUSY LIVING on the following social network sites:

Official website


Twitter – @GBLband

Instagram – @getbusylivingkc


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