Crows share Wolf Alice remix of 'Slowly Separate', new album 'Beware Believers' out now!

Wolf Alice’s Joel Amey creates a warehouse ready dance remix of ‘Slowly Separate’

Listen HERE

Album release party and tattoo flash day - 2nd April Details HERE

UK/EU Tour starts next week - Tickets On Sale Now

Praise for Crows:

“the best thing I’ve heard from them to date” - BBC6 Music, Steve Lamacq (‘Room 156’)

“The fearsome racket this London quartet create live is hard to recreate in the studio, but on this second album they’ve attempted it via cavernfuls of reverb and echo making it sound like you’re at the back of a sweat-dripping underground venue.” - Classic Rock, 8/10

“At their best, when frantically throwing themselves off the walls, ‘Beware Believers’ is an album for shouting loud about.” - DORK

“This is another impressive release from the London quartet” - Gigwise, 8/10

“The stomping desert rock of the London band’s new single will cover you in darkness.” - I Paper (‘Garden Of England’)

"Beware Believers is a triumph of patience, perseverance and (rightly) being pissed off." - Loud & Quiet, 8/10

“A strongly-willed testimony to whatever hell-on-earth is soon to follow, ‘Slowly Separate’ is guaranteed, to speak entirely to the hearts and souls of Crows ardent fanbase.” - So Young (‘Slowly Separate’)

“Loud, unrelenting, and wholeheartedly cathartic, this album proves every bit as confident and vocally rich as its predecessor.” - UPSET ★★★★

Crows’ new album Beware Believers is out today via Bad Vibrations Records. Equal parts ferocious and hedonistic, it perfectly captures the raucous, anarchic energy that they’ve become renowned for on the stage. It’ll include singles ‘Slowly Separate’, ‘Room 156’, and ‘Garden Of England’.

Listen to Beware Believers HERE

To celebrate the release, long time friend Joel Amey from Wolf Alice has taken the moody post-punk track ‘Slowly Separate’ and turned it into a 90’s hardcore dance explosion that could soundtrack a warehouse rave.

On the remix, Joel said, "Crows are the only other band I’d like to be in, but I’m not talented or handsome enough, so this was a great way to pretend. Long live Crows."

Listen to the remix HERE

Longtime friend and collaborator Elliot Lane, who is behind all Crows artwork, will be running a tattoo flash day at the studio he owns with frontman James Cox. Only Here For You is based in Hackney Wick, and 10am - 6pm on Saturday 2nd April it’ll be first come first served on designs based around Beware Believers, with discounts for those who have purchased the album with proof. There will also be exclusive merch, and free drinks.

An afterparty will also be held at Someday in Finsbury Park from 7pm on the same day.

Full details HERE

Next week, Crows will set off on a UK/EU Tour in support of their new album, including London’s Scala. Other locations will be Brighton (Resident in-store), Bristol, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Glasgow, Sheffield, London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Hamburg, and Berlin.

Tickets on sale now here (full dates below).

Tickets available HERE

03/04/22 - Brighton, UK @ Resident (In Store / Signing) 05/04/22 - Bristol, UK @ The Exchange 06/04/22 - Cardiff, UK @ Clwb Ifor Bach 08/04/22 - Manchester, UK @ YES 09/04/22 - Birmingham, UK @ Muthers Studio 10/04/22 - Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club 11/04/22 - Glasgow, UK @ The Garage 12/04/22 - Sheffield, UK @ Sidney & Matilda 13/04/22 - London, UK @ Scala 17/04/22 - Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso 18/04/22 - Brussels, BE @ Botanique 20/04/22 - Hamburg, DE @ Molotow 21/04/22 - Berlin, DE @ Frannz Club

About Crows: Conjuring a dark and visceral post-punk that’s been hardened by years of notoriously rowdy live shows, Crows have amassed a legion of die-hard fans since they formed back in 2015 and cultivated a singular, much-adored presence in the British alternative music scene. Following the release of their debut album on the IDLES-run Bailey Records back in 2019 (a sold-out UK tour with the Bristol heavyweights also followed the album’s release), Crows immediately set to work on its follow-up.

“We started writing the album in the downtime between tours just after releasing Silver Tongues in the Spring of 2019”, Cox recalls: “We were really determined to follow up the album as quickly as possible and keep that ball rolling and we were creatively in a really good place.” By January 2020 they were already back in London’s Fish Factory Studios (the same studio and team with which they made Silver Tongues) tracking what would become the Beware Believers LP. Their debut was a long time coming but this time around Crows had no intention of taking things slow and patiently. The new album was quickly coming along, they were playing to busier and busier crowds and were gearing up for their first trip to the US for SXSW – and then Covid hit. Not only did the arrival of the pandemic cancel their upcoming shows, including the US run they had planned around SXSW (2020), but it also put recording the new album to a sudden halt. For a band known first and foremost for their live shows, who were also right in the middle of a creative and critical surge, the lockdown-enforced break was initially hard to stomach. However, Cox admits that the album Crows came out with on the other side of lockdown was all the better for it:

“Once we knew Covid was here to stay, we took the first break we’ve taken since we released our first single ‘Pray’ in 2015. Being locked down for three months unable to finish the last bits of the record was very frustrating but it did mean we could come back to the album with fresh ears and make sure it sounded like it should: a true representation of Crows”. “Beware Believers has felt like a marathon, a real endurance test that’s been a long, winding road filled with highs and lows and plenty of twists and turns. The majority of the themes on the album came from what was going on in the world around summer 2019, Covid wasn't in our lives and the biggest impact was Brexit and the madness our government were putting us through. I was reading a lot of J.G. Ballard and Kurt Vonnegut whilst all this craziness was going on around us and it was a weird headspace to get into.”

Crows are: James Cox – Vocals Jith Amarasinghe – Bass Steve Goddard – Guitar Sam Lister – Drums

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