- Violent Hearts | Clwb Fuzz
- Pris: £11 / £13
- Cyfyngiadau Oedran: 16+
- Lleoliad: Clwb Ifor Bach
Mae’r pync-rocyrs o Lundain, Crows yn dod ‘nôl i Glwb Ifor Bach ar y 6ed o Ebrill i chwarae caneuon oddi ar ei albym Beware Believers – allan ar y 1af o Ebrill ar Recordiau Bad Vibrations.
Tickets for this show go on sale Monday 17.01.22 at 10am.
London four-piece Crows share new single ‘Slowly Separate’, their first new music in 3 years, plus announce their highly-anticipated second album Beware Believers out 1st April 2022 via Bad Vibrations Records.
Talking about new track ‘Slowly Separate’, Crows frontman James Cox says: “Slowly Separate is about living in London, working a job you hate and just going through the mundane routine of hand to mouth living. Don’t get me wrong, I love London. It’s been my home for 13 years, and this song translates to any city and anytime you’re working a job that doesn’t fulfil you. When it gets to the end of the month, all your rent and bills come out and you’re barely left with enough to get through the next month. It gets to you, I’m sure a lot of people can relate. It just makes it sweeter when you are finally making changes in your life for the better and you can leave those feelings in the past.”
Previous Praise for Crows:
“Crows’ core strength is their ability to create countless hooks and melodies out of such a stormy canvas.” – DIY ★★★★
“Crows are defined by their thunderous, Richter-scale-bothering fundamentals.” – Loud & Quiet
“One of Britain’s most thrilling rising bands” – NME ★★★★
“a highly impressive debut.” – Q ★★★★
“Like a cross between former tour mates Gilla Band and Wolf Alice, London’s Crows splice hardcore punch with limber range on a dense, dynamic debut album.” – Record Collector ★★★★
“…overdriven riffage, juggernaut rhythms and starry-eyed James Cox’s foghorn yowling” – UNCUT ★★★★
“It is an uncompromising welcome to their world.” – UPSET ★★★★