Power pop at at its finest – check out Andy’s interview with lead singer Sulo in the Q and A section of the site
Power-pop rock supergroup The Crunch have released another digital single and video from their latest album, ‘Brand New Brand’.
‘25 Hours A Day’ is the second single to be taken from the new record, which is Sulo Karlsson (Diamond Dogs), Mick Geggus (Cockney Rejects), Dave Tregunna (Sham 69), Terry Chimes (The Clash) and Idde Schultz’s (Docenterna) sophomore album together as The Crunch.
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Shot in record stores, guitar shops and at legendary East London venue the Bridgehouse 2, the video taps into the shared love of rock ‘n’ roll which brought this superstar fivesome together. A love song to music itself, ’25 Hours A Day’ hears the veteran road warriors attest that, after all the ups and downs they’ve experienced in their long careers, they still can’t find enough hours in the day to indulge the passion for playing that shines loud and proud throughout ‘Brand New Brand’.