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Too Close To Touch Announce Final Album, ‘For Keeps,’ Featuring Late Vocalist Keaton Pierce

Following the release of their 2023 single, “Hopeless,” a tribute to the band’s late vocalist, Keaton Pierce, Too Close To Touch has announced their final album, For Keeps, which is scheduled to arrive on March 8 via Epitaph Records. The album announcement, its title acting as a play on one of Keaton’s nicknames, “Keeps,” coincides with the release of the group’s latest single, “Control,” featuring the vocalist. The band—Keaton Pierce, guitarist Mason Marble, drummer Kenneth Downey—wrote and performed the track, with Erik Ron contributing on bass. “Control” captures Keaton’s signature piercing vocal prowess layered against a backdrop of heavy-hitting instrumentation… Read more »


Duran Duran And Måneskin’s Victoria De Angelis Collab On Cover

We love seeing musicians from different parts of the rock scene join forces and collaborate on something special. Whether it be an original song or a cover of a band that moved them, the results can prove music’s undeniable ability to form deep human connections. Duran Duran’s new cover of “Pyscho Killer” by Talking Heads is no exception, featuring Måneskin’s badass bassist, Victoria De Angelis.  The new rendition of the Talking Heads classic highlights bass as it ebbs and flows with emotion through every fiery run. Every instrument in the arrangement plays off one another to create one infectious conversation… Read more »


Paramore Teases Fans With Cryptic “Re: This Is Why” Post

Paramore is back at it again. Known for teasing their fans with cryptic social media posts, the world-dominating trio is sending fans into a frenzy with their latest X and Facebook posts.  The post, which includes an iPhone screen recording of the Notes app, lists three dates: September 28, October 2, and October 6. Alongside each date is a rearrangement of the words in This Is Why. Titled “Re: This Is Why,” fans wonder if Paramore is teasing a deluxe edition of their sixth studio album, which dropped earlier this year, a remix of the title track, or something completely… Read more »

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