Liverpudlian quartet CRAWLERS sweeps us into their gauzy universe of shattering percussions in new bursting anthem “Come Over (Again).” It’s alternative rock stitched with all the goodness of grunge, pop, indie, classic rock, and even some shoegaze. Effortlessly buoyant and densely rich, the track is an absolute delight to play non-stop:
Speaking of the track, the band stated: “‘Come Over (Again)’ is a song we’re all incredibly proud of. The whole writing process in the studio lifted the song from a small and gentle acoustic number, to an enormously abrasive and emotional coup. We’ve never done anything like it before and it has shown us what we’re really capable of as musicians.”
The track is from their upcoming self-titled debut EP, which they’ll be dropping soon.
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