|2||Pretty Little Thing||Lyrics/Info||3:39|
|4||The Deep End||Lyrics/Info||3:22|
|5||The Chase (feat Kellin Quinn)||Lyrics/Info||3:23|
|8||Hell To Pay (feat. Telle Smith)||Lyrics/Info||4:37|
|9||The Air In Me||Lyrics/Info||3:41|
|10||Sinking So Long||Lyrics/Info||4:05|
|11||Until I Collapse||Lyrics/Info||4:25|
Though Too Close To Touch is in their infancy as a band guitarists Mason Marble and Thomas Kidd, bassist Travis Moore, drummer Kenneth Downey, and Keaton Pierce have made full use of their time by making sure to never miss a beat. Since officially coming together in late 2013, the Lexington, Kentucky band focused on refining their songwriting and artistic vision as a band. Too Close To Touch began to grow in popularity thanks to their DIY work ethic, buzz on social media and impressive demos, which caught the eyes (and ears) of Epitaph. In 2014, Too Close To Touch signed to Epitaph for the release of their self-titled EP, garnering the undivided attention of fans with their single "Deep End" that clocks in at 79k YouTube streams.
In true Too Close To Touch fashion of making no haste, the band entered the studio with producer Erik Ron (Motionless In White, I The Mighty, Crown The Empire). The result of the relentless hard work of Ron and the band is Nerve Endings; an album that flows effortlessly from alternative to theatrical rock to post-hardcore. Nerve Endings is the perfect balance of dark and light. And just as meticulously cared for by band is their aesthetic. Taking cues from the 1975, Walk The Moon and the Neighbourhood, they’ve refined it to a look that’s mixes indie and classic cool, all while remaining 100-percent them
On the 2015 album Nerve Endings, Too Close To Touch made their debut with a deeply melodic breed of post-hardcore built on strikingly soulful vocals ...