A Life To Live, featuring former members of From Ashes To New, have released their emotionally impactful tribute video to Chester Bennington with a cover of Linkin Park’s song “One More Light”. The band, who had been working on the video since January, were waiting for the right time to release it. The one year anniversary of Linkin Park’s album, One More Light is on May 19th and they felt this would be an appropriate time for the video’s release. The band is currently writing their first independent LP with producer Rick Lander (Flaw, Dead Horse Trauma). The yet-to-be-titled LP is expected to surface later this year, but you can count on new material emerging as we progress through 2018.
“We are incredibly excited and proud to release this long overdue tribute to Chester. We wanted to take this opportunity to not only pay our respects to such an immeasurable influence on us personally and the rock world at large, but also do our part to raise awareness for mental health. I have been open about my struggles with depression in the past in hopes of letting others know it’s okay to talk about it because you are not in this alone. Any and all proceeds made from our rendition of “One More Light” will be going to charity in support of mental health awareness.”
– Much love and respect, Chris Musser & A Life To Live
The “One More Light”
A Life To Live is an American rock band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Chicago, Illinois. Formed in 2018, the band consists of Chris Musser (lead vocals, guitar, bass), Tim Donofrio (drums, vocals) and Branden Kreider (lead guitar, bass, vocals). All three members are formerly of rap/rock band, From Ashes to New (Better Noise Records). The new project marks a much anticipated derailment from their rap/rock past. As they explore their newly reinvigorated passion for music, the band is plowing ahead showcasing their eclectic influences and dynamic versatility as musicians. Their unapologetic approach to songwriting makes it abundantly clear that they have no intentions of going quietly into obscurity.