#CMPremiere - Stuck on Planet Earth's "Rising" Music Video

Stuck On Planet Earth are a blazingly tight trio known for their primal, high-energy live shows and a signature mix of alternative rock and R&B. Check out the brand new vid for their undeniably catchy alt-rock-influenced single "Rising" in this exclusive #CMPremiere ahead of their Canadian tour supporting Moist.

"We're Super pumped to get out the music video for 'Rising'," says bassist/vocalist Al Capo. "We had a lot of fun making this video with our friend Billy Wild, whose vision was to use old redacted documents and UFO conspiracy theories to match the mood of the song."

Produced by Steve Molella of Finger Eleven, the track sums up the ethic that has driven the band since day one with the line: “I won’t back down until the devil starts to kneel.” Featuring melodic hooks and wailing guitars, the single showcases the band’s signature sound in spades.


Stuck On Planet Earth is comprised of Adam Bianchi (guitars/vocals), Al Capo (bass/vocals), and Andrew Testa (drums) and was founded in 2007 when the guys were just teenageers. Since then, they've earned radio play across the country have shared the stage with notable acts including Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts, Finger Eleven, and Weezer.

Check out their upcoming tour dates:

November 13 – Bronson Centre – Ottawa, ON**
November 14 – Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC**
November 15 – Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC**
November 20 – The Warehouse - St Catharines, ON
November 21 - Harmony Lunch - Waterloo, ON
November 22 – The Phoenix – Toronto, ON**
November 23 – Mills Hardware - Hamilton, ON

** Supporting Moist

For more information or to buy tickets, visit

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Andrew King is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician. He is also a co-host of Canadian Musician Radio and NWC Webinars’ series of free music and entertainment industry webinars.
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