11 Songs, 43 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
78 Ratings
78 Ratings
Music4Life121 ,

Haven't been myself since I started listening to this album

When I get an album, I usually pick which songs I like off of the album and then that's it. I don't skip a single song on this album, and I didn't skip a single song on Nerve Endings either. TCTT is climbing up the tier to where I have set my all time favorite bands, Paramore ( || ) and twenty one pilots ( |-/ ). Keep up the amazing work guys! <3

DrumsAreLife ,

By far one of the best I've heard

Ran into these guys out of nowhere! Glad I did. Downloaded their first album just 2 weeks ago, then got this one last night. Every song is unique on its own and is great to listen too! Congrats to these guys!

Cole Reece ,

Raw Emotion

Keaton Pierce delivers some of the most genuine emotional performances I've ever heard in my life on this record. It's pure, intense, real emotion that shakes the listener to the core. Right from track one I was emotionally invested. The lyrical content mixed with the hard hitting instrumentation and the powerful vocals, this album is absolutely fantastic.

About Too Close To Touch

A Lexington, Kentucky-based post-hardcore quintet with a knack for infusing might with melody, Too Close to Touch came together in 2013 around the talents of vocalist Keaton Pierce, guitarists Mason Marble and Thomas Kidd, bassist Travis Moore, and drummer Kenneth Downey. Offering up an explosive mix of indie rock cool and punk-blasted emo pop energy in the vein of Sleeping with Sirens and the 1975, Too Close to Touch honed their chops on the road with like-minded rockers Emarosa and A Lot Like Birds before inking a deal with Epitaph Records and issuing an eponymous debut EP in 2014. Too Close to Touch's official debut long-player, Nerve Endings, arrived in March of 2015, with their sophomore effort, Haven't Been Myself, dropping the following year. October 2017 saw the band issue the heart-rending single "Leave You Lonely." ~ James Christopher Monger

Lexington, KY




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