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RainMen release new single ‘Crows’, hint at album

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Brighton-based chaotic punk band Rain Men have released their new single Crows, taken from their upcoming debut album. The band consists of frontman Jed Downey (vocals, guitar), Dan Pearse (bass), Reuben Harman-Mitchell (guitar) and Alex Tana (drums). Primarily drawing influence from bands like Gallows, Mr Bungle, Don Caballero and Fugazi, RainMen like doing what they want and spreading their angry vibes through odd time signatures, aggressive bass and drums, rambling vocals and a lot of fuzz.

Crows is the first single released from their yet to be announced debut album coming out in October 2017. It was live recorded in one take during an hour session at Metway Studios, Brighton, back in late April and is currently being mixed and mastered by Andrew Cheeseman who joined the band briefly for supporting Murmur’s Single Launch show at Brighton Electric. Crows itself was written in January by RainMen alongside their last drummer Zak Page, inspired by the events of the US election.

Hear the song at RainMen‘s Bandcamp here.

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