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Indie rock group Gentlemen’s Crow has released the new single “You Were Never Really Here”

Gentlemen’s Crow – You Were Never Really Here Indie rock group, Gentlemen’s Crow, from St. Augustine, Florida has released the new single “You Were Never Really Here”.

The band consists of Cameron Moratis on Guitar and Vocals, Alex Sandlin on Lead Guitar, Mike Eyer on Bass Guitar, and Mark Rutski on Drums. They use poetic word choices in their lyrics and mix it with their raw indie-rock sound. They released their debut single in November 2019, titled “Was That You With The Ice Cream?” and followed that up with a self-titled 2-track EP in January 2020.  A relaxing indie-rock vibe fuels “You Were Never Really Here” with Cameron Moratis’ vocals making an impact over the intricate guitar and drum melodies from the band that will certainly get stuck in your head. The song has great energy and certainly showcases Gentlemen’s Crow’s distinct sound and how talented they are. This is one song we’re sure would sound amazing live on stage.

You can listen to the track on Spotify:

Reviewed by Jonathan Currinn

Gentlemen’s Crow has released their psychologically thrilling experimental Indie single “You Were Never Really Here”

After a successful debut, Floridian Indie artist Gentlemen’s Crow released their romantically enrapturing single “You Were Never Really Here” on August 7th.

Gentlemen’s Crow seems to exude the level of cool which Alex Turner attempted with the latest Arctic Monkeys album. It’s effortless, it’s intellectual, it’s simply mesmerising. With infusions of Psych Blues nuances into the anthemically-charged soundscape, the choruses won’t fail to leave you adrenalized.

As for the lyrics and concept for the track, You Were Never Really Here is a testament to the talent, imagination and wit of the artist. It’s not every day that you encounter a single which offers both a psychological thriller and a fresh-new Indie sound. Gentlemen’s Crow is well worth putting on your radar.

You can check out You Were Never Really Here for yourselves by heading over to Spotify. For more info, you can head over to the artist’s official website.

Review by Amelia Vandergast