Too Close To Touch just released their latest EP, I’m Hard To Love, But So Are You Vol 1, via Epitaph Records. The band announced they would become a trio back in April 2018, keeping previous members Keaton Pierce, Mason Marble and Kenneth Downey while parting ways with Thomas Kidd and Travis Moore. This new EP shows just what the band can do even with the loss of two members, the band has put a spin on their musical direction – taking it into a pop-rock aspect with the three new songs “Hard To Love”, “Casket”, and “The Fear of Letting Go”.
Recently the post-hardcore band Too Close To Touch has released yet another single titled “Burn.” Following their previous single, “Before I Cave In” that was released in late November, we are pretty sure you’re going to like this single just as much as the others.
With a melodic instrumental piece that carries vocalist Keaton Pierce’s emotion-filled vocals, you will find yourself wanting to head-bang and scream the lyrics but also cry at the same time. My favorite lyrics from the song personally are “Deep in the cracks you left in me, I bury a belief that keeps me sane. More than a phase I’m done pretending, why try to hide this fragile state?”
The post-hardcore quintet Too Close To Touch has released another new single titled, “Before I Cave In” via Epitaph Records. The song features emotion-filled vocals by Keaton Pierce, mixed with an instrumental piece similar to the lead single “Sympathy” off of their second full-length album Haven’t Been Myself.
You can listen to the song on Spotify here.
Of the many bands playing a hybridization of alternative rock and post-hardcore in 2017, you have to consider Too Close To Touch one of best. 2 albums into their brief careers, they’re already selling out multiple dates on their co-headliner w/Waterparks, frontman Keaton Pierce has proven himself to be a powerhouse vocalist, and TCTT have written songs that their peers would kill to write – namely the grand finale to their most recent album, “Eiley”.
We already know what the song is about. If you don’t, look it up. But it’s a song that, to our knowledge, hasn’t been performed live before this tour. Given the crushing subject matter, it’s not surprising. As they say, however, there is catharsis and healing in emotion. And given the band’s passionate performance of the song, this tour won’t be one to forget.