Cry Red is an alt-pop and electronic music banner hailing from London, UK. Led by songwriter and musician Anthony Hutchins, the band unites 80s synth pop with contemporary indie rock. So you might catch references to artists like U2 and Arcade Fire alongside Coldplay, Manic Street Preachers, and MGMT. Their tracks are a flash of colors, stimulated by texture, tempo, and sonic tides. As you listen, you’ll be amazed by the many pop dimensions that they effortlessly reconcile and revamp. In their latest track, ‘Fading Senses’, Cry Red fathoms a distinct 90s/2000s ethos as they blend shooting beats with dazing riffs, reflective vocals, and gyrating synths. Listen Now!

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The contrast is there for us all to see. It bounces up to the surface. Retro disco synths and dance beats are amped up by 90s productional techniques. The Desire, Chromatics and Electric Youth references melt into melodic rock frames reminiscent of The Smiths, R.E.M. and Elliott Smith. As you fade away into this live cauldron of indie pop-rock, your senses are obscured by dreamy and hypnotic surrealism. It is cerebral and sensual all at once.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Fading Senses’ by Cry Red here –