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Crescendo “SAID” song premiere

[dropcap]Los[/dropcap] Angeles based Dream-pop triad Crescendo may be stationed in the area of Southern California, but given the cosmic dreamscapes of their particular brand of shoegaze…perhaps would be far better suited as crew serving on Souvlaki Space Station as it orbits Solaris.

Above is the premiere of the track SAID from the band’s second album Unless (the follow-up record to their 2014 debut Lost Thoughts) which is due out February 19th via Italian label We Were Never Being Boring.

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More on Crescendo below:

“Crescendo’s music grows with intensity: the sounds swell, the emphasis moves to the heart, and then resonates throughout the rest of the body. It feels unstoppable, endless. Crescendo is a young quintet from Los Angeles: their sound is bright, clear shoegaze. To be more precise—it’s the most dreamy and ethereal of this genre. The most striking thing about the band’s second work, “Unless”, is the seemless collide of heavenly melodies and tight rhythm: an urgency that pervades every song on the album. The guitars are crisp, the drums are pushed to the max, the synths are engulfed in layers, and the voices of Gregory Cole and Olive Kimoto explode in some distant galaxy. The quintet declares bands like the Radio Dept. and Smiths as their inspirations, but it’s easy to find affinities with bands like DIIV, Craft Spells and Wild Nothing as well. Definitely, the feature that most distinguishes Crescendo is their brightness, an idea of ​​music that travels beyond light, fast and relaxed, while explosions and flashes rumble and shudder all around it. The center of this album can be found in the title: “Unless”—a word which sums up the band’s attitude about this project: “Unless is the word you use to start the conversations that change obstacles or impossible feats, and that word connects sci-fi space romance and our music together”

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