Exclusive premiere: CHILDRENN “Sing Sing Electric”

Exclusive premiere: CHILDRENN “Sing Sing Electric”

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CHILDRENN who consist of members who have played with well-known Danish acts such as Sort Sol, Psyched Up Janis, Kloster, and Baby Woodrose followed up their debut album, working with one of the most respected producers in modern alternative music, Randall Dunn. Dunn has produced albums for such diverse acts as SunnO))), Earth, Wolves In The Throne Room, Six Organs Of Admittance, and Marissa Nadler.

The album International Exit was released to great reviews in the international rock/metal press, who were fascinated by their fiery and glum rock music with influences from 70’s psychedelic rock, kraut rock, black metal, 60’s folk and so much more.

Now the band is ready with a new single from the latest album.

Vocalist/guitarist Jacob Brixen explains about the new single Sing Sing Electric:

“Sing Sing Correctional Facility was one of the first prisons to make use of the electric chair for executions. In the song “Sing Sing Electric” we meet a narcissistic and grandiose character who is insanely guilt-driven. He is looking for redemption through a kind of martyristic self-punishment instead of actually taking responsibility for whatever it is he has done. A pretty common yet sad way to deal with guilt I guess.
The music is basically a little pop tune evolving around Manoj’s fuzzy and catchy riff. It was the sound of his guitar that made me think of the electric chair.”

CHILDRENN is heading out on a small tour in Denmark as well as supporting fellow danes KELLERMENSCH on these German dates:
October 9th – Berlin, Musik & Frieden
October 10th – Nürnberg, Club Stereo
October 11th – Hamburg, Headcrash


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