In an increasingly electronic world, organic human connections formed through touch, eye contact, smiles, and hugs are becoming increasingly rare and valuable. The nostalgia of building relationships over a steaming cup of coffee with a side of warm croissant is what Crash World explores in their latest release, Cup of Coffee. Reinforcing the beauty of human touch and real time conversations, the artists illuminate how these qualities get lost in electronic translations. Crash World is a pop-rock duo from Vancouver composed of Glen MacLeod and Graham MacDonald. Their genre-diverse sound forms around the thematic emotion, laced with sentiment and drenched in emotions. 

The track is an evolving tapestry of acoustics, classicals, rock, and soul-pop. All the styles are united with care and intention to form knots of emotion. The duo use soft rock riffs to embellish the thematic climaxes and vocal lifts within the song; while the classical violins flesh out the nostalgia. And the acoustics drizzle into this equation, uniting the whole soundscape with intimate textures and soft glinting personality. Listeners of old-school feel-good rock and mellow pop artists like Elton John and Billy Joel are sure to enjoy the work of this duo. 

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

You can listen to Cup of Coffee with Crash World here –