Ontario, Canada-bred THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH has been a continuously escalating highlight reel since their formation back in 1997. With best-selling albums, over 1.1 million albums sold, nine Active Rock radio hits and a slew of motion-picture soundtrack slots, the group has literally infiltrated every facet of pop culture. They continue to receive ongoing ESPN appearances, as well as various NASCAR, MLB, NHL, WWE, NCAA and NFL airings (including the 2010 Super Bowl), along with the "G.I. Joe" movie trailer, WGN-TV's "Smallville" and EA Sports' NHL 2010 and 2013 video games. Remarkably, the band also receives about 25,000,000 monthly views in combined streaming across all of YouTube.
One of today's best-loved, adrenaline-fused rock bands, TFK, is beginning to loudly "exhale" after "inhaling" for the last year-and-a-half with its second consecutive Hard Rock No. 1 and Billboard Top 10 overall album, OXYGEN:INHALE. With TFK's EXHALE slated to release in May, the band unveiled the debut track from the new album, "Incomplete," which went first to fans as a lyric video on Facebook and YouTube on February 1st, receiving over 100,000 views on YouTube in less than a week.
"'Incomplete' started with a riff, and had that special energy a good driving song has - it made me want to hop in the car and take the freeway! It's a song about our journeys in life, personally inspired by our journey as a band," says TFK frontman, songwriter and guitarist, Trevor McNevan.
"No one sees behind the curtain in others' lives; the sacrifices made, the obstacles faced, the mountains climbed, or the fear, faith and failure involved to stay the course," continues McNevan. "This song says 'we're not perfect' and that's OK, we're not expected to be, but we'll fight tooth and nail for the truth we know and the journey that's before us. The song has a charge to it, that opens up into this beautiful moment of honesty."
Inspired to create new music by its fans that the band members prefer to call friends and family, TFK has a relationship that goes both ways. Late last year, TFK delivered an unannounced free song download for a limited time as a Christmas present to all its fans and anyone who trekked to the band's website. Tens of thousands of singles were downloaded of the track, "Born Again," which may be again brought back for fans as a bonus track on EXHALE. The song can also be viewed as a lyric video now on YouTube, where it already has more than 150,000 views.
Taking the new songs and fan favorites on tour around the globe, TFK's McNevan, along with bandmates, bassist Joel Bruyere and drummer Steve Augustine, will be featured on the annual Axes & Anchors Cruise before jetting to Kiev, Ukraine and hitting Minsk, Belarus and Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Russia. TFK will also be featured at many of the major U.S. rock festivals this summer, including first-time main stage performances to be announced soon.