What To Do When Your Favorite Band Breaks Up: Pixel Fix Coming To An End

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What do you do when one of your favorite bands announce that they’re breaking up? How do you cope? Especially if you never even got to see them perform? I’m currently trying to figure this out for myself. Pixel Fix, one of my absolute favorite bands, just announced that they are coming to an end. When I first saw the news, it took me a few seconds to actually process the reality of what I was reading. How could this actually be happening?

Pixel Fix were something special. They weren’t just your average British band. Marcus Yates, the lead singer, has a voice of honey. His vocals were seductive and soothing. I do not hesitate to say that he has the best voice that I have ever had the pleasure to hear. He was backed by music that was relaxing and exciting at the same time. The combination was nothing short of entrancing. No matter what was going on in my life their music could calm my nerves and relieve my stress, more so than any other music I’ve ever listened to. The thought of never getting to witness it being performed live, all because I happen to live on the wrong continent, is absolutely heartbreaking.

So what will I do now? I’ll continue to treasure their music, the songs that I love so deeply. I’ll pray that the members will have other projects, especially Marcus—him never gracing the music world with his voice again would be an absolute tragedy. And I’ll carry on. I’ll find other bands to listen to. But nothing will ever quite fill the hole that Pixel Fix have left in my heart.

Check out their song “I Want You The Same” below. It just happens to be the song that this website is named for—“all these things that you adore.”

Thank you for everything, Pixel Fix. Much love.

Symmetry Discuss Genre Changes, New Music & More!

Symmetry, a rock band hailing from LA, recently wrapped up their North American tour with Coasts and Knox Hamilton. I had the chance to speak to them about everything from genre changes to what’s up next for the band.

Adore: What inspired the major genre change between your albums Frozen In Time and Cure?

Symmetry: We don’t feel like we have any musical boundaries so we decided to go more on the pop side for our second record.

A: If people could only listen to one of your songs, which one would it be and why?

S: Probably “The Cure” just because it’s a fun song that seems to get people in a good mood.

A: If you had to pick only one album to listen to for the rest of your life, what would it be?

S: No Strings Attached by NSYNC.

A: What is one interesting or weird fact about the band?

S: We all attended music school.

A: What has been the biggest conflict within the band?

S: Deciding where to eat after shows.

A: Who are your biggest musical influences?

S: We are inspired by the music of today.

A: If you had to describe your latest album, Cure, using only one word, what would it be?

S: Yes.

A: Now that your North American tour has come to a close, what’s up next for Symmetry? 

S: We’re working on writing and recording our new music to release later this year.

Check out Symmetry’s video for “The Cure” below!