Stuck On Planet Earth – Rising

Remember 1987 novelty hit Stuck On Earth by Alf? It was actually produced by Dutch mixer Ben Liebrand and based on samples from TV series โ€˜Alfโ€™. It was a Top 10 hit in Liebrandโ€™s home country and also reached the charts in Australia and New Zealand.

20 years later, teenagers Adam Bianchi, Al Capo and Andrew Testa from Ontario called their band Stuck On Planet Earth. Talking to The Reviews Are In, the Canadians said about the origins of that name: โ€œHonestly, we just wanted a band name that was original, and was a statement. We all really liked Stuck On Planet Earth because the name has a lot of power when you say it.โ€ The band cite The Police, Jimmy Eat World, blink-182, Nirvana and Foo Fighters as their influences.

In the first quarter of 2020, Stuck On Planet Earth release their long overdue debut album Beautiful Nowhere. Rising, a song about pain, sacrifice and perseverance, is its first single. โ€œLife can get difficult, and we all have personal struggles and challenges, but itโ€™s that constant belief and strength to continue going thatโ€™s embedded within all of us that makes us resilient.โ€

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