Based in Leeds, skillful band Krrum mixes the likes of alternative style music along with electro-rock based instrumentals. In the songs “Still Love” and recently released song “Phase”, Krrum brings out not only alternative and electronic style music, but also hints of pop to where their music can appeal to all tastes.
In EP Evil Twin, they created a masterpiece using all different rhythms such as upbeat, slow, and even moderate, which allows you to feel an array of different moods based on each song. Following Evil Twin, Krrum will be releasing their new album Honeymoon which is projected to be even better than their recent releases, so if you are on the lookout for new music, be sure to check out Krrum in order to have all of your music desires fulfilled!
Keep up with Krrum here.
Leeds-based Krrum has just dropped “Waves”, the first single off his upcoming debut LP, Honeymoon. Krrum (the musical moniker of Alex Carrie) looks to display a well-rounded sound within his first record, after his several digital singles and vinyl releases. Having years of experience with drumming, trumpet, production, and more, Krrum has spent several years honing his craft. Krrum has now released “Waves” in anticipation for the entirety of Honeymoon, and we couldn’t be more excited. “Waves” gives the listener a first taste of what is to come in Krrum’s upcoming record. Filled with frenzied yet focused emotion, Krrum packs a punch with “Waves”. An irresistible beat moves the track along, highlighting by well-crafted lyricism. With a thoroughly modern and individual sound, Krrum provides the listener with a glimpse into the instability of anxiety while maintaining an approachability.
“Waves” is about noticing the cyclical nature of everything, being scared of repeating things and having no control over it, like your life is predetermined. It’s still a pop song when all’s said and done but the more fidgety, frantic arrangement is a nod to that paranoia.
Watch for Honeymoon, out June 15. Keep up with Krrum: Facebook / Twitter / Soundcloud / Spotify