Slow Crush release the stunningly sleepy new single Lull

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Slow Crush have shared the new single Lull, lifted from their forthcoming new album, Hush, set for release on October 22 via Church Road Records.

Lull is the third and final release before the arrival of Slow Crush's new album, and follows a stunningly sleepy melody, cushioned by thick walls of distortion-soaked shoegaze. 

"If you listen closely during the intro, you can hear the rain hitting the studio's tall glass ceilings – a minute detail that captures the atmosphere of the track perfectly" vocalist Isa Holliday explains.

"We entrusted our talented friend, Bobby Pook at Sumo Crucial Productions, to create the video. With minimal instructions, he produced a beautiful visual representation conveying the song's mood - the yearning for togetherness and affection to contend the almost apocalyptic sense of solitude. A mood that we have perhaps all been confronted with at some point over the last two years.

"The video follows the protagonist waking up, anxiously chasing down the streets in search to intercept his sense of foreboding," Isa continues. "In comparison to the previous two singles, Lull takes the listener on a more vulnerable emotional journey."

In other news, Slow Crush will be setting off on tour across the UK this winter with progressive metallers Loathe. Kicking off on December 9 in Glasgow's Classic Grand, the pair of bands will be performing in Liverpool, Birmingham, Sheffield, Bristol, Bournemouth and Brighton, before finishing up in London on December 18.

Slow Crush 2021 tour dates:

Dec 09: Glasgow, Classic Grand 
Dec 10: Liverpool, Arts Club
Dec 11: Birmingham, Asylum
Dec 12: Sheffield, Foundry
Dec 14: Bristol, The Fleece
Dec 15: Bournemouth, The Old Fire Station
Dec 17: Brighton, Patterns
Dec 18: London, Lafayette

Slow Crush

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Hush track listing:

1. Drown
2. Blue
3. Swoon
4. Gloom
5. Swivel
6. Réve 
7. Hush
8. Lull
9. Thrill
10. Bent and Broken

Liz Scarlett

Liz works on keeping the Louder sites up to date with the latest news from the world of rock and metal. Prior to joining Louder as a full time staff writer, she completed a Diploma with the National Council for the Training of Journalists and received a First Class Honours Degree in Popular Music Journalism. She enjoys writing about anything from neo-glam rock to stoner, doom and progressive metal, and loves celebrating women in music.