The Crowleys – “Sewer Drain”

The Crowleys Sewer Drain
Artwork by Chloe Moss

If you’re not familiar with the sounds of psych-pop outfit The Crowleys, today is your lucky day. Following two exceptional singles, the Hamilton-based band is back with a third song from their upcoming long-player. We couldn’t wait to share the news with you.

Sewer Drain “covers similar dystopian themes explored on previous singles, Lampshade and Somnia by touching on the feeling of futility that is born from living in a capitalist society. The imagery in the song is quite strong. The contrast between those in their ivory towers and the down-trodden embodies the class-divide that exists due to systemic injustice. That said, the energetic instrumentals provide a hopeful contrast to the lyrics and we want the listener to feel that.”

Check out Sewer Drain in the embed below, and stay tuned to their socials for more on the new record. Not sure about you, but we can’t wait for this one.

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