Toronto-based alternative rock band Stuck On Planet Earth, will be hitting the road with multi-platinum rockers Moist on select dates for their upcoming “Silver” 25th Anniversary Tour. Also announced, the band will release their new single "Rising" via Anthem records on all digital platforms on September 13.
“Rising”, produced by Steve Molella of Finger Eleven, sums up the ethic that’s driven the band since day one with the line, “I won’t back down until the devil starts to kneel.” Featuring melodic hooks and wailing guitars the single showcases the band’s 90’s alternative rock influences.
(Seeing as they brought the Devil himself into it, can I really be wrong in saying these guys look hotter than Hell? Nah)
Stuck On Planet Earth are a blazingly tight trio known for their primal, high-energy live shows and a signature mix of alternative rock and R&B. The band was founded in 2007 as teenagers and is comprised of Adam Bianchi (guitars/vocals), Al Capo (bass/vocals), and Andrew Testa (drums), have developed their sound over thousands of hours of playing together on stage and in the studio. Since then, they have had their music played on Canadian iTunes Alternative and Canadian rock/alternative charts, gaining play on outlets including The Verge (XM), Aux TV, CBC, CFNY 102.1 The Edge and have shared the stage with notable acts including Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts, Finger Eleven, Weezer, and Motörhead.
They will be opening for MOIST on November 22 @ the Phoenix Concert Threatre.
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