5 Questions with Tyler Constable

1. When did you first become a fan of State Champs?  

    I first became a fan of State Champs in early 2014, a few months after they released The Finer Things. I would listen to the album on my early morning university commutes most days and I’ve been hooked ever since.  

    2. How has State Champs affected your life?

      State Champs has affected my life in such a positive way! Their records always make me feel upbeat and happy and are my go to listens whenever I might be feeling down. In late 2020 I also found a lot of comfort in watching the weekly Twitch streams and getting more involved with the Champs Fam community, I’ve met some wonderful friends through our mutual love of Champs and I’ll always be grateful for that!  

      3. If you have attended a State Champs concert - what was it like for you?

        I’ve been to 6 State Champs shows so far, I first saw them on the Pop Punk’s Not Dead tour in late 2014 and most recently went to 3 shows on their last UK headliner. They just get better every single time! The energy and atmosphere at Champs shows is unmatched. I know no matter what’s going on in my life at the time, everything goes away as soon as they step on stage and it’s just the best feeling to be in the crowd singing along at the top of my lungs. One of my favourite recent memories was taking my cousin to his first State Champs show and seeing how happy and excited he was when they played certain songs, it was a great experience to share! 

        4. Any suggestions for what we can do/set up for Champs Fam?

        Right now I can’t think of much, I think you’re doing a great job with everything! I do absolutely love the varsity jackets featured in the Act Like That video so maybe a Champs Fam jacket in a similar style would be awesome

        5. If you could give State Champs a message - what would it be?

        Thank you! Thank you for the music you make and for being the most genuine guys, and for creating such an inclusive positive community. I’ll be there on the barrier when you’re next back in the UK!