We Came As Romans Premiere “From The First Note” Music Video

We Came As Romans have premiered a new video for their song “From The First Note.” You can check that out below:

Joshua Moore commented:

“‘FTFN‘ is a song that celebrates the time that we got to spend with Kyle [Pavone] and acknowledges how truly remarkable of a brother and bandmate he was. Lyrically, I was able to reference ‘To Plant a Seed‘ and ‘Tracing Back Roots‘, -which were both written about the start of the band and how we lived together. I was able to take Kyle‘s recorded vocal from ‘TPAS’ and fit it into the bridge of the song, so we can always hear him when we listen and play it.”

Andy Glass added:

“We wrote ‘From The First Note‘ as a promise to Kyle to not only preserve the amazing moments and memories we had together, but to continue carrying on the legacy of everything we built together. The video portrays the band playing in a dream-like state, surrounded by beautiful colors and flowers. Our albums throughout the years have had themes of roots, branches, and overall growth. So we felt it was only right to create something that not only captured that essence but persevered it as well.”

We Came As Romans Announce “To Plant A Seed” 10th Anniversary Tour

We Came As Romans will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of “To Plant A Seed” by performing it in full on a spring North American tour. The Devil Wears Prada, Gideon, and Dayseeker will serve as support.

We Came As Romans guitarist Joshua Moore commented:

“We’re really excited to announce the 10-year anniversary tour for our first record ‘To Plant A Seed‘. Being able to watch our fans connect with us through music over the last decade has been an amazing privilege, and it all started with ‘To Plant A Seed‘. Way back in 2009 when we recorded it, we had no idea where it would take us or what we were really even doing, and it’s awesome to see that we can play these songs still, and feel that connection with you.

But over the course of 10 years, we’ve released four other albums and we’re even working on a fifth! With that being said, we are going to be throwing these songs into the vault of old WCAR — and retiring them from all future setlists after this tour. So make sure you grab your tickets and come hear these songs one last time live.”

Tour Dates:

03/05 Chicago, IL – House of Blues
03/06 St. Louis, MO – Ready Room
03/07 Indianapolis, IN – The Citadel Music Hall
03/08 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
03/10 Toronto, ON – Opera House
03/11 Montreal, QC – Club Soda
03/13 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
03/14 Brooklyn, NY – Warsaw
03/15 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
03/17 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
03/18 Greensboro, NC – Arizona Pete’s
03/19 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
03/20 Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
03/21 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
03/23 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
03/24 Austin, TX – Empire Control Room
03/25 Dallas, TX – Canton Hall
03/27 Denver, CO – The Oriental Theater
03/28 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
03/30 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
03/31 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
04/01 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
04/03 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
04/04 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theater
04/05 Phoenix, AZ – The Pressroom
04/07 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
04/08 Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
04/09 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
04/10 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
04/11 Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot Ballroom

We Came As Romans Premiere New Songs “Carry The Weight” & “From The First Note”

We Came As Romans have premiered two new songs, “Carry The Weight” and “From The First Note.” These tracks are the band’s first since the tragic death of Kyle Pavone.

Joshua Moore commented:

“When Kyle passed away, it changed everything for us personally and, as a byproduct, everything for the band. An earth-shattering event puts a lot of things in perspective.

We’ve spent so much time together. We’ve been doing this since we were kids. The one thing that won’t change is the way Kyle affected my life. Before we were bandmates, we were essentially brothers.

In order to be genuine to our fans and ourselves, we had to write about what we dealt with losing him. At the same time, this isn’t just a bunch of songs soaking in depression. We want to celebrate what we built.”

The band also added:

“‘Carry The Weight’ is about dealing with the immense grief and sadness throughout navigating the loss of Kyle. It’s a very honest song, and we’re very open about how it felt continuing to play shows without him on stage with us. It’s about the darkest part of our grieving process, and the only way we see ourselves moving forward — through the memory, the ‘light’ that Kyle shone on our band.”

“[‘From the First Note’] shows the other side of the loss of Kyle, remembering him and all the moments we shared, what we’ve created together, and how he will always be a part of us. That we can find his light in every aspect of the band, and feel thankful that we got to have that time of our lives with him. It’s a song about celebrating our accomplishments together, reliving the moments from our youngest days as a band, and knowing that he’s with us as we move forward.”

Listen To New Kayzo Song “LA Never Says Goodbye” Featuring Late We Came As Romans Singer Kyle Pavone

Kayzo officially released his new album “Unleashed” today (August 14) and it includes a number of special guests including Underoath, Of Mice & Men, and more. One notable track on the effort is “LA Never Says Goodbye,“ which features late We Came As Romans singer Kyle Pavone. That song, which also features ARMNHMR, can be streamed below:

We Came As Romans Share New Live Videos For “Cold Like War” & “Lost In The Moment”

We Came As Romans have shared new live videos for “Cold Like War” and “Lost In The Moment.“ The clips were filmed during the band’s set at the 2019 Swanfest in Anaheim, CA. This news comes after the group recently confirmed that they have been writing and “throwing a few demos around” for their next album. The effort will be their first since the tragic death of Kyle Pavone.

We Came As Romans Working On New Album

We Came As Romans‘ Dave Stephens has confirmed to Billboard that the band have been writing and “throwing a few demos around” for their next album. The effort will be the group’s first since the tragic death of Kyle Pavone.

Stephens said the following:

“We’ve been throwing a few demos around. I love that we’re going into the studio with so much to write about and something that hits home for all of us so hard. We’ve never had something so terrible happen, and I think it’s going to be therapeutic to write about it and be together and go through the whole process. I’m actually really looking forward to it.”

“Every record we make some kind of progression, so there’ll be a progression on this one, but I don’t think we’re going to do anything too drastic. It’s still gonna sound like We Came As Romans.”

He also added that the band are hoping to use some of Pavone‘s final writings for the effort:

“He was always writing, and I’m pretty sure he gave Lou [Cotton], our guitarist, a few different things he wrote. We’re gonna try and get into his laptop, too, ’cause I’m sure he had just files and files and files of stuff there, too. So that’s a goal. We would love to include him in this record as much as we can, aside from just writing about him.”

We Came As Romans & Crown The Empire Announce Co-Headlining Tour

We Came As Romans and Crown The Empire have announced a co-headlining tour. ERRA and Shvpes will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

03/19 Lexington, KY – Manchester Music Hall (no Crown The Empire/Shvpes)
03/20 Nashville, TN – The Cowan (no Crown The Empire/Shvpes)
03/21 Charlotte, NC – Amo’s Southend (no Crown The Empire/Shvpes)
03/23 New Orleans, LA – La Buku Music + Art Project (We Came As Romans only)
03/25 Corpus Christi, TX – House Of Rock
03/26 Austin, TX – Come And Take It Live
03/27 Dallas, TX – 2513 Deep Ellum
03/29 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
03/30 Anaheim, CA – Swanfest
04/01 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
04/02 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
04/03 Seattle, WA – El Corazon
04/05 Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
04/06 Lawrence KS – The Granada
04/08 Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
04/09 Minneapolis, MN – Skyway Theatre
04/11 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
04/12 Indianapolis, IN – The Citadel
04/13 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
04/14 Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall
04/16 New York, NY – Gramercy Theatre
04/18 Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
04/19 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
04/20 Hartford, CT – The Webster Theater
04/21 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
04/23 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
04/24 Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
04/27 Houston, TX – So What?! Music Fest
04/28 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger