Kiss frontman Paul Stanley addressed the 2020 election, calling for unity and respect — while still slamming Donald Trump's four years in office. Stanley tweeted: "We will be tested by this transition and how we react to this change, both as Americans who have won this election and Americans who have lost. Respect for each other and understanding should be the road we pledge to travel forward TOGETHER."
He went on to tweet: "The joy everyone who voted for Joe Biden is feeling was unseen in the election 4 years ago. Then the celebration foretold the coming of a presidency rooted in retribution, revenge & oppression. The joy is in seeing that cloud of divisive rhetoric & climate of fear finally lifting."
Although Kiss still plans to resume its ongoing farewell tour once the pandemic is over, Paul Stanley was frank about why Kiss doesn't see much group activity apart from the shows: ["I don't wanna leave home. That's a big determining factor. I have a family and I have children, and honestly, I think my primary responsibility is as a dad. I don't wanna miss out on that, and certainly as we get older, we know that life is finite, and I pick and choose what I do at this point."] SOUNDCUE (:19 OC: . . . at this point)