The New Album As The Romans Will Include Music Written By Kyle Pavone Before His Death - News t

Work has begun on new music 'The Came Of Romans', which will celebrate their first music without late Paranaire Kyle.

We came as Romans They are currently the first pioneering journey from the untimely death of Kyle Pavone, and when he spoke to Billboard, commander Dave Stephens revealed that they are writing on the road and they plan to spend the summer. working on a new album.

"We are spending a few demonstrations around," Dave shared it. "I love that we are going into the studio with lots to write about and something that meets us all so hard. We never had something terrible, and I think it will be therapeutic to write about it and be together and go through the whole process.

He continued "We make some progress, so progress on this one, but I don't think we will do anything too hard. It's still sound like We Came As Romans."

And while Kyle's tragic loss will be one of the things that focuses on the upcoming album, Dave also revealed that Kyle is likely to have written music, sharing "He was always writing, and I'm sure he made a number of things he wrote Lou (Cotton). There were also files and files and files of things there, so it's our goal.

He also shared that the band did not intend to replace Kyle "There is no one who could place it," Dave said. "I feel like adding another singer and wanting to replace it, but if it's just with me I'm just covering his part. It will not include our fan base or our hearts would be as big as seeing another person singing these words and songs. "

We came As the Romans are on a headline tour in North America at present Crown The Empire. View the full list of tour dates below:


01 – SAN FRANCISCO Great American Music Hall
02 – PORT Hawthorne Theater
03 – SEATTLE El Corazón
05 – DENVER Summit
06 – LAWRENCE The Granada
08 – DES MOINES Wooly's
09 – MINNEAPOLIS Skyway Theater
11 – CHICAGO House Of Blues
12 – INDIANAPOLIS The Citadel
13 – RAPIDS GRAND Intervention
14 – BUILDING St. Andrew's Hall
16 – NEW YORK Gramercy Theater
18 – Rock Club BOSTON Paradise
19 – Ballroom Starland SAYREVILLE
20 – HARTFORD Webster Theater
21 – BALTIMORE Sound station
23 – ATLANTA The Masquerade
24 – TAMPA The Orpheum
27 – HOUSING What?! Music Fest
28 – SAN ANTONIO Paper Tiger

Find out more about Kyle Pavone Foundation here.

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