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Swervedriver Share The Lonely Crowd Fades In The Air From Forthcoming Album 'Future Ruins'

Friday, 07 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Swervedriver have shared a third track from their upcoming album, 'Future Ruins'.

With the album out on January 25 via Rock Action, The Lonely Crowd Fades in the Air offers up another confident statement of intent following previously shared cuts already released from the record, the techno-warfare examining Drone Lover and opener Mary Winter. Speaking about the new track, Swervedriver's Adam Franklin said:

"With The Lonely Crowd Fades In The Air we kept thinking of the Clash although it doesn’t particularly sound anything like them. The lyrics and words wrapped together just sound like a punch on the nose from a velvet glove. The title came from a misheard Supremes lyric and the words derived that."





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