So, Lexington, Kentucky’s Too Close to Touch released the really super clever(note the sarcasm) for the song, “Before I Cave In.” So, I started watching it, and it seemed mildly interesting, and the song wasn’t anything original or Earth-moving, so when I saw that YouTube margin giving me the option to check out Bruce Dickinson’s 1981 full audition tape for Iron Maiden, well, my interest strayed pretty quickly.
Here’s the Dickinson clip:
If you’re still here for the Too Close to Touch news, here’s what the hipster band had to say about their song and video:
We’re happy to share our new single, ’Before I Cave In’ — a dark and emotive song that was cathartic for us to write. We wanted to push ourselves to try something new for this music video and explore making a light-hearted visual that was the polar opposite of that. [This sentence makes no sense. I know what you guys are trying to say, but c’mon!] Sometimes humor and the ability to laugh at yourself is the best form of self-medication.
Too Close To Touch celebrate another successful year after performing this summer on the Vans Warped Tour, a U.S. tour with Issues, and a virtually sold-out co-headline tour with Waterparks.
Rock Hard \m/