Status/Non-Status – “Mainly Crows”

Status/Non-Status Mainly Crows
Photo by Matthew Wiewel

We last told you about London indigenous-rock outfit Status/Non-Status back in July when they released the lead single Mashkiki Sunset off their upcoming long-player. Now the band is back with a second single, and just like its predecessor, we can’t get enough.

The bands Adam Sturgeon had this to say on the new song: Mainly Crows is an “observation on community. Of how flashy lights and opportunities flush vibrant people from their humble homes. It’s about the death of the small town and the call to join the city mass. More than that, it is a tribute to friends and about travelling between worlds to see them along the way. It’s a song about how sorely they are missed and how we can’t really blame them for moving away.”

Watch the video for Mainly Crows in the embed, and be sure to hit up their socials for more leading up to the new release. Surely Travel is out September 23rd on You’ve Changed Records.

If you dig this, check out “Status/Non-Status – Mashkiki Sunset”