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See KEITH BUCKLEY's MANY EYES play first-ever show

Former Every Time I Die singer takes stage with new band

Keith Buckley has finally returned to the stage for the first time in over two years.

The former Every Time I Die singer had been absent from the limelight after the dissolution of ETID in early 2022, but then at the end of last year he started rolling out music for his new band Many Eyes

So far we've heard three singles from Many Eyes, whose music retains the whiplash aggression of ETID while also exploring some more melodic terrain, and last night (January 24th) the group played their first-ever show. 

The sold-out set went down at the Space Ballroom in Hamden, CT, where Many Eyes — rounded out by brothers Nick and Charlie Bellmore — ripped through a nine-song set of new material.

The crowd looked bonkers the whole time, shouting along to the words they knew and just stage-diving and moshing to the unheard cuts, several of which sounded heavy as fuck. 

See footage of the show above and below. 

Tonight, Many Eyes will take the stage again as the openers for Thursday and Rival Schools, who will be touring throughout the U.S. for the next month. See the full list of dates here.