Keaton Pierce vocalists of Too Close to Touch dead – Whats happened?

I cant believe one of my favorite vocalists of all time is gone. RIP @KeatonPierce you were such a kind soul and I’m honored to have gotten this picture with you. Your music has touched me and so many others in so many ways. At least you can reunite with Eiley now.



Guitarist Mason Marble explained in an interview with Highlight Magazine that although the band first played together in 2012, they have been playing with drummer Kenny Downey since 2008. “Kenny and I have been playing together for about seven years and started riffing stuff like that in his basement. Eventually we started writing songs, and that’s when we decided to start looking for people to start a band. We were a lot different People come and go, and Kenny and I will move on.

Finally we meet Travis. We started playing with him all the time. Then, through mutual friends, we reached out to Keaton, who lived four hours away at the time…and Thomas actually came to see us. He just moved from Tucson, Arizona and is looking for bands in the area. Going to Kentucky, so we took him to his studio in Lexington over the weekend to see what he was up to. It’s a perfect match. “

The band purchased the record from various labels before finally signing with Epitaph in 2014. On October 21, 2014, her debut album, Too Close to Touch, was released digitally. Upon its release, it was generally well received. The band supported Emarosa’s CD release tour with PVRIS and Sink the Ship.

The band teamed up with producer Erik Ron on their full debut album, Nerve Endings.

Pierce said of the album: “It’s an album with information. It’s an album where every instrument you hear is played, and every sound on the record is filled with emotion and purpose. I think it’s really exciting to show our message to the world. No” It may sound cliché, but I hope it helps people. It’s a very brutally honest record. I’ve opened up to a lot of things I never talked about before the album. I want to be able to change people as they changed me. ” “.

Since the album’s release, the band has toured extensively in support. In March 2015, they joined I Prevail’s The Heart vs Mind Tour with Chasing Safety. That summer, they supported I the Mighty on their Connector Tour along with other Hail the Sun opening gigs. In November 2015, the band supported Hands Like Houses on their North American tour.

The band released a new song, “Heavy Hearts,” on February 12, 2016, for free download. Later that month, they toured with Secrets on their Everything That Got Us Here tour.

On March 22, it was announced that the band would be taking part in Countercurrent, Ghost Town and Chunk on the Cyclops Stage for the 2016 Vans Warped Tour! No, Captain Chunk! That same month, they were nominated for an Alternative News Music Award for Best Underground Band, which the group would go on to win.

On July 18, the band announced their second album, Haven’t Being Myself, which will be released on September 23. The album’s lead single “What I Wish I could Forget” was released the same day, along with a music video.

On June 1, 2017, it was announced that the band would be part of the Fearless Records compilation series Punk Goes Pop Vol. 7. It was also announced that the band would perform Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha’s hit “In the Name of Love”” for which will cover the compilation. The album and songs were released via Fearless on July 14, 2017.

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