Last single – Until Tonight


Save Me
Save Me
Youth Alternate Version
Imagine us
Love - All I was albe to say


MetalzoneBack On Earth sort une nouvelle chanson, Until Tonight. (FR)

What Happened To Your Band – Back on Earth reveal their new release, “Until Tonight” (EN)

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MetalzoneBack On Earth sort un clip vidéo pour Save Me (Rock Alternatif français) (FR)

Max Reacts – On Today”s video i’m reacting to the song Save Me by the band Back On Earth… (EN)

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Paris, FR
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Back on Earth

Ever since their formation in 2009, Back On Earth  firmingly established themselves in the parisian Pop-Punk scene with 3 EPs to their credit and playing shows supporting international bands and headlining shows across France and the United Kingdom.

In October 2019, the band released their new single “Youth” produced by Beau Burchell (Saosin). This song delivers a more pop-oriented music while keeping their alternative and aerial sound that characterizes them. An alternative version of this track came out for Christmas.

They made their way back on stage at Supersonic on February 10th 2020, the day that their brand new single “Save Me” was released.This emo-anthem song was produced by Bert of Chunk! No Captain Chunk, with whom they recorded their first EP back in 2010. The artwork was made in collaboration with the artist Jessica Chabert.

After releasing a remix version of their song ‘Save Me’ by the pop band RVNS in April, they’re putting out a new song called ‘Until Tonight’ produced by Federico Telesca. They wrote this song during the last month being in quarantine.

The song is about cherishing the last moments you would spend with your loved ones if the world, as you know it, was about to end. This song has a more pop rock vibe and you can feel the influences such as Jimmy Eat World or Angels and Airwaves.
The artwork was originally painted on a canvas by their guitarist and professional painter Jean Baptiste Boyer.