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Crime In Stereo Unleash “Rogue Wave” With New Single
Earlier this month Crime In Stereo announced their first new full length in 13 years, House & Trance, that is set for release on the 27th October via Pure Noise Records. Following on from singles Hypernormalisation and Books Cannot Be Killed By Fire, the band have now released their third offering from the album, Rogue Wave. House & Trance feels like the natural next step for Crime In Stereo. It was entirely self-produced by the band and flows on so well from their past that it’s almost like the intervening decade and a bit never happened.
“It’s so exhausting being a reasonable human being in 2023 in the United States of America. It’s exhausting looking around and being like, ‘What’s the fucking matter with you people?’ I’m not taking ludicrous positions on extreme political outlooks. It’s just like, ‘Hey, can you stop tearing those babies away from their parents and putting them in cages?’ Is that an outlandish position to take? Can people have healthcare? Can people not get shot in school or in church or at the goddamn mall or in a movie theater? But you say things like that and then other people are like, ‘Oh, you’re taking a political position.’ It’s so fucking insulting on a human level.” (vocalist Kristian Hallbert)