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CRX have shared another cut from their new album, check out electro bop 'Falling'

It’s a cut from the band’s upcoming second album ‘Peek’.
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Published: 4:02 pm, July 19, 2019
CRX have shared another cut from their new album, check out electro bop 'Falling'

CRX have shared their new track ‘Falling’.

It’s a cut from the band’s upcoming second album ‘Peek’ - which also features recent single ‘We’re All Alone’ - due for release on 23rd August.

The full-length was written between founding member Nick Valensi’s home and a downtown Los Angeles rehearsal space, then recorded at NRG studios with producer Shane Stoneback.

“The recording was very different, because we made a big deal of tracking it as live as possible,” says new guitarist Darian Zahedi. “We also let go and embraced some of these really cool influences that took us into the stratosphere."

“The influence of Darian and Jon [Safley, bass] was prevalent in the recording and arrangement,” adds Nick. “I was more controlling on the first record. This is everybody in a room.”

Check out ‘Falling’ below.

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