Kansas City pop-punk band Keep True to release debut EP on November 16th

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Kansas City pop-punk band, Keep True, will be releasing their debut EP, Digging Up Bones this Friday, November 16th. The name for the EP derives from digging up old emotions you would otherwise want buried but somehow keep coming back to the surface. The band notes, “Digging Up Bones is our attempt at trying to bring back the classic sound of pop-punk that forged the genre 30 years ago. It’s about heartbreak, holding grudges, letting go of them, and growing up.” 

Kicking things off, Keep True unleashed, “Living,” which is an emotional roller coaster of a song about losing someone. “Living” which was mixed and mastered by Josh Schroeder (Random Awesome), is the most emotionally charged song both instrumentally and lyrically. Additionally, the band unveiled another single, “Deal With It” a song that offers a narration of a fight between a couple coming to the end of their relationship. You can check out both videos below.


To celebrate the release of Digging Up Bones, the band partnered with Famous For A Day for a double EP release show at The Aftershock in Merriam, Kansas. The show is FREE and ALL AGES on November 16th. Doors open at 6pm and show begins at 6:30pm.

Keep True are: Taylor Sifford (vocals), Jake Bragaw (guitar), Rick Lalicker (bass), Sam Cronenberg (drums)

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