On October 4, Crush of Souls—the new project of Charles Rowell of Crocodiles—release their debut EP, Call You, via Kill Entertainment. Today, Crush of Souls has shared new single “Call You,” a minimal synth/darkwave track heavy on proto-industrial pulse and breathy vocals from Zeynep Kaya of Strasbourg’s Hermetic Delight. It comes via a melancholy, supernatural new video. A press release states: “The music video features Tuna Mess, the star of last year’s “Pain & Ecstasy” clip. She’s on form again as she searches endlessly for her dead lover while drowning her sorrows on the steps of the Sacré Cœur in Paris. Her lover arrives at nightfall and they are reunited under shimmering flood lights.”
Watch the Crush of Souls “Call You” video below
Crush of Souls Call You EP tracklist:
1. Call You
2. J.G. Ballad
3. Call You (Caligears remix)
4. Call You (Mila Dietrich remix)
Crush of Souls will make their live debut on November 3 at Supersonic in Paris, France. Cassette copies of Call You will feature an extra spooky bonus: bagged dirt from Parisian cemetery Père Lachaise.
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