KEITH BUCKLEY's new band MANY EYES: Hear debut song "Revelation" | Revolver

KEITH BUCKLEY's new band MANY EYES: Hear debut song "Revelation"

Former Every Time I Die vocalist embarks on "significantly different" new chapter

It's here. Many Eyes — the new band fronted by former Every Time I Die singer Keith Buckley — have released their first-ever song, "Revelation." 

Earlier this week, Buckley formally announced the existence of the project, and introduced his brother-bandmates: guitarist Charlie and drummer Nick Bellmore. The singer credits his Connecticut collaborators with writing, producing and recording their material, and "Revelation" is the first taste of what's to come. 

The song's verses have the bulky, swaggering hardcore sound that ETID fans are familiar with, but its highly melodic chorus features some of Buckley's most graceful singing yet. Lyrically, he's as personal and uncompromisingly honest as ever.

Listen above via YouTube. 

Many Eyes' upcoming debut album will be executive produced by Hatebreed main man Jamey Jasta, and released on his own label Perserverence Records. 

In January 2024, Many Eyes will be touring the U.S. in support of Thursday and Rival Schools. See the dates right here