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Back On Earth


Back On Earth
Stay With Me
Red Toad Music

Another pop-punk song that flirts with emo? Actually, Back On Earth’s ‘Stay With Me’ is much more than that. Based on an infectious and catchy melody, the lyrics add a darker contrast and reveal a resolute emotive side from the French trio. Musically inspired by Jimmy Eat World, Blink 182 or Blackbear, this song has the power and depth to touch so many. It’s up to each of us then to attach our own story to it.

As an integral part of the pop-punk and alternative scene in France since 2009, Back On Earth has released 5 EPs, on which the trio has demonstrated the full range of its influences.

If the term “emo” undoubtedly brings back memories of our teenage years, Back On Earth has taken care to focus its sounds on nostalgic compositions specific to this genre. Both powerful and melodic, the songs are true anthems, which do not fail to make you wander in an atmosphere combining spleen, nostalgia but always with an ounce of hope.

In the last few years, the band has also managed to surround itself nicely, collaborating with AJ Perdomo from The Dangerous Summer, Beau Burchell from Saosin or Bertrand Poncet from Chunk! No Captain Chunk!.

But it’s also on stage that magic happens, and you’ve probably had the opportunity to discover them during their headlining shows, but also as opening acts for bands such as Turnover, and Motion City Soundtrack.

More inspired than ever, Back On Earth are back in force with new pop-punk compositions, to be discovered in studio and live in 2023

Back On Earth – Stay With Me

Back On Earth – Upside Down (feat. AJ Perdomo)

Back On Earth – Runaway

Back On Earth – Anybody

Back On Earth feat. RVNS – Hold On

Back On Earth – Typical

Back On Earth – Back Home

Back On Earth – Brand New Day

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