Never Let This Go has played countless shows in the past few years, including three national tours and opening slots for bands such as Never Shout Never, Set It Off and letlive in their home state of Arizona. NLTG has continued relentlessly, despite receiving unexpected news just before their last release, Believe.
In May of 2015, singer David Kleinebreil would come to find out his mother would be facing her second battle with cancer. With her support, they decided to still release their new music and tour in support of the record.
Believe gained momentum as the first single's music video for "Right Now" premiered on Stan Lee's World of Heroes. The video's superhuman plot gained it additional exposure on press outlets such as Geekscape.net and earned them a performance slot at Stan Lee's own Superheroes Party at the Youtube Space LA in July of 2015. The band successfully completed three tours in support of the release despite having to cancel a handful of shows while Kleinebreil's mother underwent treatment and eventually a transplant.
In May of 2016, a month following his mother's successful liver transplant, Kleinebreil and drummer Vic Chan entered the studio in Atlanta to work with producers Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount (Cartel/Mayday Parade/All Time Low). The band decided that the best time to create was while the emotions were still fresh in their minds. Their next release is expected to be more honest and emotional than anything they have released to date.
What Kleinebreil describes as "the hardest year of his life", is expected to yield some powerful music and a new found motivation to pursue everything they set out to accomplish as a band.
A nostalgic blend of 90's/2000's east coast pop-punk and the hard hitting riffs of modern alternative.
A 3 piece post-hardcore band, bringing elements of pop/punk into the mix. - Fort Collins, CO
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