Many Eyes Unleashes Debut Single “Revelation”

Many Eyes Unleashes Debut Single "Revelation"
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In a world where music often serves as a refuge, offering solace to the troubled soul, Many Eyes emerges as a beacon of raw, unfiltered expression.

Many Eyes Unleashes Debut Single "Revelation"

Helmed by Keith Buckley, former member of renowned bands Every Time I Die and The Damned Things, Many Eyes is a testament to resilience, redemption, and the transformative power of art.

The band’s debut single, “Revelation,” not only marks the inception of their musical journey but also encapsulates Buckley’s profound personal evolution.

Following a period of profound self-reflection and grappling with his mental health, Buckley found himself standing at a crossroads.

The pandemic had stripped away the distractions, forcing him to confront the consequences of his past decisions. “There was no meaning anymore. So, I vowed to do things differently. I started getting sober,” Buckley revealed, his words echoing the battles of countless souls navigating similar struggles. Embraced by the unwavering support of his wife and daughter, Buckley embarked on a journey toward sobriety, shedding the shackles of addiction.

Amidst this transformative period, fate intervened in the form of Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta, whose suggestion of a collaboration with brothers Charlie Bellmore (Guitar) and Nick Bellmore (Drums, Bass, Backing Vocals) sparked the genesis of Many Eyes.

The chemistry between the trio was palpable, their musical synergy evident from the first note. “It was wonderful to hear a friendly voice say, ‘Hey, this could be good for you.’ They showed me what they were working on, and the music was exactly what I wanted—while their trust and patience were exactly what I needed,” Buckley reflected, emphasizing the profound impact of genuine human connection on the healing process.

“Revelation,” the band’s inaugural single, stands as a testament to Many Eyes’ unapologetic approach to their craft. The track, characterized by Buckley’s visceral screams and the Bellmore brothers’ powerful instrumentation, serves as a canvas for the cathartic release of emotions.

Through poignant lyrics, Buckley bares his soul, chronicling his journey of self-discovery and acceptance. It’s a sonic revelation, an unfiltered expression of his innermost struggles and triumphs.

“I’m not interested in being known as a frontman. I just want to be another part of the band who uses his own instrument to complete the picture. That’s what I’m doing with Many Eyes,” Buckley affirmed, emphasizing his role as a collaborator within the band—a testament to his humility and dedication to the music itself.

More than just a musical endeavor, Many Eyes embodies a profound mission. Through his experiences, Buckley has emerged wiser, armed with a newfound understanding of his purpose. He aspires to leverage his journey to inspire others, offering a glimmer of hope to those ensnared by despair. “I want to use these experiences to help people get out of situations where they feel helpless. I’m trying to show that hope and recovery are possible,” Buckley concluded, leaving us with a powerful reminder of the transformative power of resilience and the unyielding strength of the human spirit.

In the soul-stirring notes of “Revelation,” Many Eyes not only introduces themselves to the world but also invites listeners on a profound odyssey—one marked by redemption, acceptance, and the unwavering belief in the possibility of healing.

Watch “Revelation” by Many Eyes

As their music reverberates through the hearts of audiences, Many Eyes stands as a testament to the enduring power of music to heal, inspire, and to ignite the flames of hope in the darkest of times.

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