Ruston Kelly has released a video for his cover of “Screaming Infidelities” featuring Chris Carrabba.
Ruston Kelly has shared his version of Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” to all streaming services.
Ruston Kelly has shared the live version of his cover of “Teenage Dirtbag” by Wheatus.
Ruston Kelly is releasing a compilation of covers called Dirt Emo Vol. 1 on October 11th. Today he’s released his cover of “Screaming Infidelities,” featuring Chris Carrabba on guest vocals. The full track list can be found below and pre-orders are now up.
Ruston Kelly has announced a headlining tour.
Ruston Kelly has covered Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well” for Amazon.
Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional joined Ruston Kelly on stage last month to perform “Mercury” in Nashville.
Ruston Kelly has announced some new tour dates.
“I’m so glad that chapter of my life is over.”
Ruston Kelly tweeted those words out while introducing “Faceplant,” one of the (many) pre-release songs from his full-length debut album, Dying Star. They could just as easily be applied to the album as a whole, which exorcises a boatload of demons over the course of 14 beautiful, despairing songs. It’s a heavy listen: Kelly doesn’t try to glamorize his portraits of heartbreak, nor is he anything but candid about his personal struggles with addiction. Kelly overdosed in early 2016 and ended up in rehab. Later that year, he released his debut EP, called Halloween. He’s been building buzz ever since, and seems poised to explode with Dying Star. He also fell in love, getting married earlier this year to country music star Kacey Musgraves.
Ruston Kelly’s new album, Dying Star, can be streamed below via Stereogum.