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Verra Cruz - 'The World Is Crashing In'

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Verra Cruz form the British alt-rock infused musical project of trio Marc James, Henry Cross, and Jimmy Cooke. Known for their hard-hitting anthems and signature lap steel guitar, the three-piece band have been creating mighty, raucous tracks, laced with spiritual and personal themes.

Following an incredible repertoire to date, the trio are back with their next single 'The World Is Crashing In', a gripping ode to love, loss and simply raw emotion.

Marc of the band explained, “'The World Is Crashing In' was written during the painful season of Henry's divorce. It was tough going for all of us to watch two people we loved dearly, separate. For me it brought up painful memories from my own childhood. The second verse was written from a time in my own childhood. Our family home had been flooded due to a burst pipe, it wrecked so much stuff including my mum's wedding dress that she had kept. It seemed like a dark and apt metaphor for the impending carnage of what was to come.”

Recorded in Germany with producer and engineer Udo Rinklin, their compelling chronicles pair sublimely with sonic abilities to produce a tune that mirrors their subject matter sublimely. They continue, “We re-recorded the drums at The Old Chapel Studios down the road from Jimmy. Bob and Jen at CatBeach hired Bryan Cook to mix and we loved his mix instantly!”

Taking influence from rock and roll greats such as Jimi Hendrix, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, and Rage Against The Machine, their dark chord voicing and anthemic energy come to life in a way that provokes emotion, energy and purely authentic melancholy. As they inspire listeners to be honest and walk through tough situations together, they confide, “It’s ok to not be ok, you can always start again.”

Verra Cruz continues to storm into the scene, surpassing sonic expectations with their flair and purely inspirational fables. With stand-out support highlights with the likes of Biffy Clyro, X is Loaded, and Switchfoot across the world stage, they’ve played at renowned venues such as the Shepherds Bush Empire, and a whole host of European festivals since the 90’s, including Download Festival.

Featuring in Kerrang! as an ‘Incoming Band’ in 2008, their first first single 'Soul Collides' was spun on BBC Radio 1 and KROQ’s Jed The Fish also featured the single as his catch of the day. Needless to say, their explosive career continues to take off.

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