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article imageDeath From Above talks 'Freeze Me' single, Warner Bros. Records Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 26, 2017 in Music
Bassist Jesse F. Keeler from the Canadian punk rock band Death From Above chatted with Digital Journal about their new single "Freeze Me."
"I had this piano riff that I hadn't done anything with, and we had worked on this record for a while, so I wanted to see what happens," he said about the origin of "Freeze Me." "I just played the piano riff in my phone and I sent it to Sebastien and he loved it, and that was pretty much it. The song came pretty easy."
When asked if they will return back to New York to perform, Keeler revealed, "There is a definite chance, yes." "We actually played our very first show ever on Long Island," he said.
Keeler had nothing but the best remarks for the record label they are on, Warner Bros. Records. "They have been really great to us," he said. "It reminded me of looking at my dad's records, and seeing their logos on things."
He shared that in the middle of 2001, Keeler saw a T-shirt hanging from the ceiling that said "Death From Above" (with a skull, wings and a parachute coming from its head) and he felt it was a good name for his band.
"Freeze Me" is available for purchase on iTunes and on Spotify. "If the fans like it, thank you, we like it too. If they don't like it, that's cool, because we have a lot more music coming," he said. "It's always fun."
To learn more about Canadian band Death From Above and their music, check out their Facebook page.
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