Watch: CROWS shout the loudest with ‘WHISPER’ video

CROWS shout the loudest with ‘WHISPER’ video

Haunting clip arrives ahead of dates with Wolf Alice and Big Ups.

London post-punk force CROWS are back with ‘WHISPER’, alongside a dark and seedy accompanying video.

The track is taken from a new EP, ‘Unwelcome Light’, due out 25th March on Telharmonium Records. It finds James Cox and co. in all-thrills form, the frontman barking out vicious lyrics like commanding orders. Hugh Rochfort directs the video, which centres itself in the heart of a destructive relationship.

CROWS join Wolf Alice on tour this month, before playing European dates with Big Ups and St. Tropez. Full schedule below.

MARCH
11 Norwich, UEA (w/ Wolf Alice)
26 London, The Forum (w/ Wolf Alice)
28 Glasgow, Broadcast (w/ Big Ups)
29 Manchester, Gullivers (w/ Big Ups)
30 London, The Lexington (w/ Big Ups)
31 Leeds, Headrow House (w/ Big Ups)

APRIL
01 Bristol, Louisiana (w/ Big Ups)
02 Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge (w/ Big Ups)
21 Amsterdam, OT301 (w/ Big Ups)
22 Leeuwarden, Asteriks (w/ St. Tropz)
24 Tilburg, Extase (w/ St. Tropez)
26 Utrecht, Kingsnight Fest (w/ St. Tropez)
27 Venlo, Kingsday Fest (w/ St. Tropez)
28 Antwerp, Trix (w/ Ought)
29 London, London Fields Brewhouse

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