Young Rival is a Canadian indie rock band from Hamilton, Ontario. The group consists of singer-guitarist Aron D’Alesio, bassist John Smith, and drummer Noah Fralick. Guitarist Kyle Kuchmey left the band at the end of 2009. In the early 2000s, the group was called The Ride Theory, and released two full-length albums under that name.[2] They changed both the band’s name and its musical style in 2007. After releasing an EP, the band toured as opening act for The Sadies and for Born Ruffians. Young Rival is signed to Sonic Unyon.

The debut album was recorded partly in Toronto at HallaMusic Recording Studios and partly in New York City. The band enlisted the talents of American Artist James Kuhn to provide face paint art and lip synching talent for the video for “Two Reasons” off their upcoming October 23, 2012 release.

Young Rival release the first autostereogram ("Magic Eye") music video. Young Rival will be releasing new music and more spectacular videos in 2014.

Young Rival Reveal First Autostereogram Video

Young Rival have a knack for releasing unique and captivating music videos and this new clip for Stay Young’s “Black Is Good” is no exception. The band have teamed up with Jared Raab and Tomasz Dysinski to bring you the first autostereogram (“Magic Eye”) music video. A stereogram is an image,

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