story / LOGAN BRENDT
Brooklyn-based Crush Distance are premiering their new song “Kerosene” today, and Ladygunn readers are the first to listen. The rock band found their perfect chemistry with frontman Collin Cable who essentially auditioned via Craigslist after the band created a demo without vocals and posted an ad looking for submissions by potential singers. In fact, it was Cable’s own melody and lyrics from his submission that would become what was used on this compelling track, and the rest is history. Isn’t it interesting how you can find a free sofa and a dynamic frontman all on one website?
Crush Distance will also be headlining The Studio at Webster Hall in New York City on Thursday, May 16th and were recently handpicked by Bauhaus’ Peter Murphy to open for him on select dates. We detect immense success in their future!
SONG PREMIERE: CRUSH DISTANCE/ "KEROSENE"
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