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Canadian rock band Theory Of A Deadman is about to drop their seventh studio album called Say Nothing on January 31st.
To coincide with its release they will be kicking off their North American tour at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on the same day.
We caught up with Dean Back, the band’s bassist, to pick his brain on a few things.
He was a complete pleasure to talk to.
Check out https://www.theoryofficial.com for more information on their new album and tour.
The band just released “World Keeps Spinning” from Say Nothing. The evocative song written by lead vocalist Tyler Connolly is a profound autobiographical track about depression and anxiety. Check it out.