A few months after the release of their EP “Brand New Day“, Back On Earth are releasing a new track: “I Don’t Wanna Let You Know“.
A perfect soundtrack to get lost in an atmosphere both melancholic and dreamy, and which quickly evolves into a more pop-rock sound. This progression unveils the extent of the influences that’s allowed the band to build its own identity: The 1975, All Time Low, or even U2. In addition to this irresistible melody, everyone will be able to find themselves in the lyrics, which describe the feeling of loneliness that can emerge, even when being surrounded. Back On Earth recently topped 100,000 listens on Spotify and were featured on the All New Rock and Frog’N’Roll editorial playlists. Again this year, and until the concerts resume, their goal is to reach out to new listeners around the world.
Ever since their formation in 2009, Back On Earth firmly established themselves in the French Pop-Punk scene with 4 EPs to their credit and playing shows supporting international bands like Motion City Soundtrack and Turnover whilst headlining shows across France and the United Kingdom. In 2010 the band embarked on a production collaboration with Bert Poncet from Chunk! No Captain Chunk!, with whom they recorded their first EP “Love (All I Was Able To Say)” who later produced their emo-anthem single “Save Me” in 2020.
In the following years, Back On Earth released 2 more EP’s with a “heavier” sound before going on a hiatus for 4 years where each member started working on different side projects. The band hit the studio again and released their new single “Youth” produced by Beau Burchell (Saosin) which delivers a more pop-oriented music while keeping their alternative and cosmic sound that characterizes them. In the summer of 2020 Back On Earth released their track ‘Somebody Else‘ which brings you all the emo vibes that you were missing from the MySpace era followed by their single ‘Heroes’, a song in which the introspective lyrics contribute to the atmosphere of spleen delivered by the music: a gloomy feeling far from being unpleasant.
The tracks make part of the 4th’s Back On Earth’s EP co-worked with producer Federico Telesca, a nostalgic, realistic yet hopeful project to confirm the band’s position in the music scene which also sees a featuring with John Carteret from Richmond-based Telltale on ‘Brand New Day‘, title track of the EP.In 2021, Back On Earth is introducing a new era with their Pop track ‘I Don’t Wanna Let You Know‘ influenced by bands such as The 1975, Lany or All Time Low.
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