Crows – Slowly Separate
Returning with their first new music in three years, Crows are clearly in fine form. Their live shows, intense and at times frenzied, have built a huge following, and a last minute slot at last weekend’s Rockaway Beach pulled a packed and delighted crowd. The new music will no doubt please their fans just as much, as pulsating and hypnotic as could be expected and hoped for.
Talking about the new track, 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.”
Slowly Separate is the lead track from forthcoming album Beware Believers, due for release on 1st April via Bad Vibrations Records – pre-order here. Tickets for tour dates go on sale on Monday at 10am.
Words by Siobhan
Band photo by Jamie Noise
13th January 2022