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Back after 32 years 

FOLLOWING on from their sell-out tour of California and Las Vegas, Chron Gen has released a new album, “This is the Age.”

It has been 32 years since Chron Gen released their last studio album – “Nowhere to Run” as the 2nd wave UK  punk movement gave way to the New Romantics.

Chron Gen were never typical of the bands they shared stages with in the early 80’s – their sound was always different – more melodic, powerful and considered, although it would be fair to say that the promise for much more was never realised; expectations never met . . . . . until now.

Their latest album, “This is the Age” is well titled – It is Chron Gen’s coming of age. The contemporary production combines a diverse collection of thought provoking lyrics and classic song structures to create an audio experience that matches the energy of their live performances, as recently demonstrated on their Southern California and Nevada dates in May 2016.

This album isn’t reserved for the punk old guard. Far from it – it is 21st century rock that will appeal to music fans of all generations and genres. It is fresh, different and exciting. Every song deserves it’s place on the album, although there are many stand out numbers, such as Maybe Baby, Jump and Love this City.

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