TOO CLOSE TO TOUCH ANNOUNCE SEPTEMBER 23 RELEASE FOR NEW ALBUM HAVEN’T BEEN MYSELF
WINS ALTERNATIVE PRESS MUSIC AWARD FOR BEST UNDERGROUND BAND
VIDEO FOR “WHAT I WISH I COULD FORGET” OUT NOW
Alternative rock band Too Close To Touch announce Haven’t Been Myself, their anticipated sophomore album set to be released on September 23rd. The music video for “What I Wish I Could Forget”, the first track revealed from Haven’t Been Myself is available now at Alternative Press. Fans can pre-order Haven’t Been Myself at http://lnk.to/tctt. Additionally, Too Close To Touch celebrates their award for Best Underground Band as presented to them last night at Alternative Press Music Awards in Columbus, Ohio.
The Lexington, Kentucky band Too Close To Touch (vocalist Keaton Pierce, guitarists Mason Marble and Thomas Kidd, bassist Travis Moore, and drummer Kenneth Downey) recorded Haven’t Been Myself with producer Erik Ron (Issues, Set It Off) in his North Hollywood, CA studio. “I was in a really dark place and wanted to make [the album] as cathartic as possible. This album was a pretty tough one to write, but we all gave it everything we have and didn’t hold back. I wouldn’t have it any other way,” says Pierce. Haven’t Been Myself is the follow-up to 2015’s Nerve Endings.
Too Close to Touch is on the Vans Warped Tour through August 13 in Portland, Oregon. Since the band’s formation in 2013, the band has earned over 3 million+ YouTube views, 7 million+ album streams, countless live shows, and now an APMA award for Best Underground Band, it is clear that Too Close To Touch have put in the work and are ready to take on the world.