Starcrazy to release new single, “Long Way Home”

Aussie glam-inspired rock band Starcrazy has just announced a Spotify pre-save campaign for their upcoming single “Long Way Home,” to be released on October 16th. The band says, “It’s a glammy, power-pop tune complete with an ultra-catchy singalong chorus, flamboyant axe thrills, and relatable lyrics, touching on the trials and tribulations of life as a shitkicker.

“Long Way Home” will be part of Starcrazy’s early 2021 debut EP. Presave the track here: https://smarturl.it/1i8f6h

About Starcrazy:

It’s no wonder the talent behind Starcrazy’s heaviest influences have been the first to recognize the in-your-face dynamics of their own trailblazing styles when applauding the band’s perfect blend of 70s glam rock meets late 80s alternative metal. Starcrazy’s individual sound is a heady fusion of catchy pop structured melodies, spirited vocals, and high energy rifferama propelled from a solid foundation of pure rock n roll.

Bred and nurtured in the stronghold of Sydney, Australia’s Inner West music scene, the four-piece launched in 2019 and quickly hit the city’s finest rock stages with a number of explosive live performances, gaining them a fast-growing local following. Popularity was amped when their first single, “Your Time Is Now” was picked up, broadcast and shared on Facebook by the king of shock rock himself, Alice Cooper, via his popular globally syndicated radio program, “Nights with Alice Cooper.” This was the audience Starcrazy were hoping to reach & the Coop accelerated the process.

With the “Long Way Home” single coming out October 16th and their debut EP set for release early 2021 (Produced by Mo Mayhem of Hell City Glamours), Starcrazy continues to take their electric brand of retro skewed rock to devoted rock fans worldwide.

Connect With Starcrazy:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/starcrazyband
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA7Ga7Jv8AdWVTfthPoZM9Q
Spotify: https://rb.gy/afcq1j

Press release courtesy of Dewar PR

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