Bad Omens paid tribute to Too Close To Touch’s Keaton Pierce with a gorgeous cover of one of their most powerful tracks.
Bad Omens are on tour in the US right now and are using a moment in their set to pay tribute to a close friend of theirs.
That friend is Keaton Pierce of Too Close To Touch, who passed away earlier this year.
And that tribute comes in the form of a cover of ‘Sympathy’, one of TTCT’s most spine-tingling and powerful tracks.
You can feel the raw emotional resonating from the band as they perform the track, and Noah Sebastian does an incredible job of reaching the heady heights with his vocal that Keaton always made look completely effortless.
It’s a special moment and one that will resonate with all who love this music as much as Bad Omens and Too Close To Touch do.
You can check out some fan footage, shot at The Masquerade in Atlanta on November 02 below:
And here is the stunning original:
We chatted to Noah all about the band’s year so far and their album ‘THE DEATH OF PEACE OF MIND’, which you can check out right HERE
And here is ‘CONCRETE JUNGLE’, just because: