“We Only Live Here on This Planet For So Long” The New LP from Too Close For Comfort Streaming Now!
The ten track LP by Too Close For Comfort features eight original tracks and includes a reimagined version of one track and a Lo-Fi Remix of another.
The album kicks off with a pop-punk power track titled “Out of Luck” that sets the tone for the rest of the LP. “Turn Back Time” takes a more acoustic pop punk edge and levels out the albums track list. “Burn Bright (feat. Joey Fleming)” is another stand out track on the album that is worth adding to your latest playlist! You can watch the music video and see the lyrics for “Burn Bright” here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v8vX1RaeGmE A personal favorite track of mine is the last song on the LP, “You’re Home Now.” It ties the lyrics and melodies of the album together in a beautiful way.
When talking about their new album Too Close For Comfort said, “We Only Live Here on This Planet for So Long” is a album about making the most of the time that you have on this planet. We truly believe that everyone has felt like quitting their job at some point, or losing friends, or even getting older and feeling like you’re running out of time. That’s why this record is so good, it’s relatable from the first song to the last song no matter who you are. We are so incredibly proud of this record and of the hard work that we’ve put into it. We hope that everyone will give us a chance and will enjoy the album.”
Too Close For Comfort’s music is great for fans of bands like Ego Trip, Misplaced, Eat Your Heart Out, Carousel Kings, Unturned, Goalkeeper, Chief State, Young Culture, and any fans of pop punk hits!
The band from Nevada includes members Tyler Pfeifer on lead vocals, Ryan Gilpin on lead guitar and back up vocals, Jimmy Cooper on bass, and Evan Dini on drums!
The album features catchy pop choruses and punk vocals and instrumentals and is available to stream everywhere now!
Stream “We Only Live Here on This Planet For So Long” here!
Watch the music video for “Burn Bright” (feat. Joey Fleming)
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Review By: Alyssa Goelzer
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