- CRANE Releases New Song “Evil” Featuring Kyle Reynolds
- Los Angeles-based alt/pop band CRANE has released a new song "Evil" featuring Laguna Beach-based singer-songwriter Kyle Reynolds. The song was premiered exclusively Mass Appeal.
The track follows up their debut EP "Fear of Flight". It was written by Bobby Crane with co-writer SoCal and Reynolds.
About the new song, the band’s frontman Bobby Crane said;
"We first met in high school while at a mutual friend’s party. We kept tabs on each other throughout the years, as we each chased our own musical passion. The song is about being young and basically being considered evil by older generations or even people your age who disagree with your life choices. It’s about embracing the judgment that’s constantly slandered around. Because we all are constantly being judged, just for being our age, or for being human."
- CRANE was formed in 2016, consisting currently member of Bobby Crane (vocals), Jesse Rhodes (lead guitar), Mark Einhorn (keyboard), Billy Parks (drums) and Jeremy Bauer (bass).
At first, Bobby Crane started to record his debut EP at The Abstract Recording Studios. Then, Jesse Rhodes and Mark Einhorn helped EP as the producers. Shortly after, a drummer Billy Parks and a bassist Jeremy Bauer joined in. Finally, they started the band as CRANE.
The band released the debut EP "Fear of Flight" in April 2017.
The band will perform live at Alzheimer's Music Fest in Woodstock, GA on September 16 and The Evening Muse in Charlotte, NC on September 29.
Lear more about tour dates, click here.
- source : Mass Appeal