We live in tumultuous times. Just about every aspect of American—no, more than that, worldwide—lifestyle is on the hinge of change, and for good reason. Between cries for justice, unity, peace, tolerance and the persistence on “Making America Great Again,” there seems to be no bastion of popular or political culture that isn’t bursting at the seams waiting for a revolution. This, of course, includes the underground music scene—yet, little beknownst to pop-punkers and alt-rockers worldwide, the revolution has already begun with a bold and boisterous conflict between aggressive and headstrong alternative rock and catchy, quirky, creative pop-punk. This revolution, of course, is none other than the enigmatic Chicago-based pop-punk-meets-alternative chimara, World War Me. A young band with little more to show than two enormously successful singles and a work ethic and dedication to playing throughout the country that makes the Energizer Bunny look lazy, World War Me is a prodigally gifted group of talented, driven individuals that stand to engulf the world in their chaotic and engaging brand of combat in seconds flat.