Manchester trio, Crimsons release debut single, I Bring The Rain

DROPPING their debut single, I Bring The Rain last month, Manchester trio Crimsons are reawakening a burning love for all things psychedelically dark and post punk.

Sharing stages with the likes of Psyblings, Ethan and the Reformation and Broken Hands, it's easy to see just where their pathway is leading, constantly gigging around the North West and beyond, the Crimson boys are always pottering about - this latest release forcing something wholesome but so timeless onto the circuit.

Groaning since 2015, their somewhat long-awaited debut has a lot of heads spinning, whether it's puzzled music critics or adoring fans, I Bring The Rain is an unexpected treat from a young creation who is growing ever-so-more by the day.

A Dead Weather sounding introduction circulates for front-man Sam Cartwright's numbing vocals to pour a melancholic virtuosity within a simplistic but habit-forming tonality, falling about within a mind-bending bass-line from Lucas Berry.

There's no doubt, without Adam Kenny's drumming prowess the track would be totally lacking a gutsy backdrop teasing the opening of a door to a more fiercely lead punkish extremism.

Get your copy of I Bring The Rain here, and keep up to date with Crimsons by following the links below.

Words Lauren Jones


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