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Single Review: ‘Will You Ever Know Me’ by The Plague

“Futurepunk” band The Plague from Rochester has released their touching new single “Will You Ever Know Me.” The well-produced song combines spacious, electro-pop synth with a big, mainstream chorus fit for a closing set at Warped Tour. It’s easy to get lost in the track’s powerful lyrics and swim along in the rich melody laid out by frontman/producer David Adam Monroe, who penned the lyrics after finding out his father had cancer.

He was diagnosed at a time where our relationship was not at a strong point,” says Monroe. “The song is about grieving the loss of a relationship, when part of you wants to keep hope alive.

“Will You Ever Know Me” will be on The Plague’s debut album Hope For The F.U.T.U.R.E, releasing on October 13th via Recover Records. While out on Warped Tour, the band distributed 22,000 samplers including their singles “Danger,” “Not The Only One,” and “Fallen.” The proceeds were donated to the Music Saves Lives foundation.

Before starting The Plague, Monroe led the band Third Estate who appeared on Warped Tour from 02-06 and toured with many established acts such as Story Of The Year, Yellowcard, and My Chemical Romance. After their disbandment, Monroe began producing records alongside Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols) and Earl Cohen (Lady Gaga, Pink, Jessica Simpson), and served as an A&R rep for Victory and Torque records.

“Will You Ever Know Me” is available track now on iTunes.

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