If we’re going to be honest, nothing hit better than the early 2010s where All Time Low and You and Me at Six ruled the airwaves. And, taking us right back that era with their indie-rock release is Crossing i’s Dotting t’s with their new single “You”. Enlisting Brian Swindle for a smooth guitar-focused track, the band take us through a alt-rock soundscape where hardcore ear-worming riffs take centre stage and anthem-like vocals draw us in.
Opening up on the release, the band said, “This song is special to us as we were able to get Brian Swindle from one of our favorite bands Have Mercy to feature on it. This is an alt rock/pop-punk/emo rock song that hooks you from the verse riff and intimate vocals. We wanted to make an anthem-like “New Scene” type song that was easily accessible, but also that did not sound like every other alt-rock/pop-punk type song and we think we hit gold with this one.”
From Southern California, the group have been firmly taking the steering wheel in the alt-rock genre, having first made their early beginnings in the bedroom of lead singer Matt Mucerino. We hope there is more music on the way, as we’re ready for a heavy dose of nostalgia.
Check out the track below now…