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Ross Lynch Gets 'Much Needed Sibling Time' at Knott's Scary Farm

Ross Lynch Gets 'Much Needed Sibling Time' at Knott's Scary Farm

Ross Lynch joins his family while checking out the haunts at Knott’s Scary Farm last weekend in Buena Park, Calif.

The 23-year-old repped his show Chilling Adventures of Sabrina with a Baxter High shirt as he hung out with siblings Rydel, Rocky and Ryland.

“Some much needed sibling time. We had so much fun. Maybe a little early for Halloween festivities but we love it. Repping @sabrinanetflix with my Baxter High shirt. Thanks @knottsscaryfarm for having us. #scaryfarm,” Ross captioned a group photo on Instagram.

“one of the bros,” Rydel wrote with another pic.

Missing from the Lynch sibling outing was Riker, who is out on his honeymoon with his wife Savannah!

Also in attendance at Knott’s Scary Farm were Isabela Moner, Cierra Ramirez, Tana Mongeau, Noah Cyrus and Trevor Moran.

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Ross & Rocky Lynch Only Had Three Songs Out When They Decided To Go On Tour With The Driver Era

Ross & Rocky Lynch Only Had Three Songs Out When They Decided To Go On Tour With The Driver Era

Talk about a last minute song!

Rocky and Ross Lynch just revealed in their cover story with Mood Magazine, that they only had three songs when they decided to go on tour with The Driver Era – and wrote one of the last ones to perform the day before they left!

“We imagined that we would have a couple more songs out when the tour started, but we just took too long writing,” Rocky shared.

He added, “We’re in the studio from January right to when we left for your, finishing the last song that we wanted to play because we needed more songs to play on tour.”

“The last day or so that you have with a song, you can really do a lot. You can take it from good to amazing with those last few efforts, so we’re always trying to put the finishing touches on the song before we put it out,” Ross shared.

Ross and Rocky also opened up about their fans, saying that “it’s great validation that we’re doing the necessary steps to have such passionate fans with the music that they relate to…that’s the core of us being able to do this, having people that constantly want to come to shows and experience our music live. It’s literally the best.”

Read more of their interview at MoodMagazine.co!

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The Driver Era Release Debut Album 'X' - Stream & Download!

The Driver Era Release Debut Album 'X' - Stream & Download!

The Driver Era just dropped their debut album X!

The brother duo – Ross & Rocky Lynch – debuted the ten track album on Friday (June 28).

X features previously released songs “Preacher Man,” “Low,” “Feel You Now,” and “Welcome to the End of Your Life.”

In addition to releasing their debut album, The Driver Era just signed with BMG, after a year of being unsigned!

“Above everything, we instantly fell in love with music of The Driver Era. As we spent more time with the band we immediately connected on every level from our senses of humor to discussions on meditation. Their live show is second to none and everyone at BMG is super stoked to work with Ross, Rocky, and Andre. Their appeal is universal and we are all ready to rally behind and present this band on a global scale!” Thomas Scherer from BMG Los Angeles said.

Stream X below and be sure to download it here!

Ross & Rocky Lynch Made a Mini-Movie for The Driver Era's 'Low' Music Video - Watch Here!

Ross & Rocky Lynch Made a Mini-Movie for The Driver Era's 'Low' Music Video - Watch Here!

The Driver Era just dropped their brand new music video for “Low”!

Ross and Rocky Lynch actually teamed up with their cousins, Gus and Gordy De St. Jeor, for the visual – and they actually rob a bank with skull masks!

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The video debuted on V Magazine this afternoon, who also revealed that the duo’s debut album will be out at the end of the month – June 28th.

Check out the full video below now!

The Driver Era Open Up About Being Independent Artists

The Driver Era Open Up About Being Independent Artists

The Driver Era are getting candid about how being previously signed to a major record label helped shape what they are now.

The brother duo – Ross and Rocky Lynch – sat down and talked about their time with Hollywood Records as R5 and going the independent route with their new sound.

“When you sign to a label, they want to get hands on,” Ross told Alt Press. “They wanna be a part of the creative process. They wanted to be involved. [Our original songs] weren’t your typical pop-rock stuff.”

“And maybe that’s why [Hollywood Records] didn’t f–k with it so much,” Rocky added. “It ended up working out perfectly. Maybe because we were striving for this the whole time. Our minds were thinking about how we could get the music how we wanted it. We arrived there with the Driver Era.”

“Through this experience, we’ve now been signed to a major label. We know what that entails,” Ross said. “Because we’ve been in the industry now for 10-plus years, it’s great to know how to navigate it. To learn how to really trust ourselves and our own intuition. Because truthfully, if we were in that scenario again, it would probably turn out differently.”

“So there’s this Wiz Khalifa song,” Rocky added about going independent. “During the intro, he’s talking about the music industry, and he’s like, ‘Yo, this ain’t as easy as it looks… it’s easier.’ That’s how it feels with the Driver Era and being independent. There’s so much less bullsh-t.”