Pop Evil Frontman More Focused After Cleaning Up

(Classic Rock) Pop Evil frontman Leigh Kakaty says giving up alcohol has allowed him to better focus on the band's career. They've just released fifth album Up via eOne Music, the follow-up to 2013's Onyx, and previously issued the tracks In Disarray and Footsteps from the record.

Kakaty tells Loudwire: "Once you're sober and you're seeing straight, you understand the responsibility and you really focus on the music and what it should be. It's definitely been a huge eye opener for me and the band. We wanted to refocus our whole image and how we are on and off stage."

He says it's "an honor and a privilege" to make music for a living, and reports calling their latest album Up was a reflection of the band's positive outlook. Read more here.

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