Swedish Rock Band ‘Captain Crimson’ Releases ‘Love Street’ Music Video


captain_crimson-2016_441Captain Crimson has released a music video for Love Street, the song comes of their latest album “Remind” which is released on Oct. 14th through Small Stone Records. The video can be watched below.

’Love Street’ is the third track on our new record, “Remind.” It was the last track that got written and it’s also the shortest one on the record. But it shows off everything that Captain Crimson is all about! It’s got a heavy blues rock feeling with a groovy rhythm section, big chorus, a ripping guitar solo and bluesy vocals. In the video we try to capture the raw live feeling we had when we recorded the album and how much fun we have while playing together as Captain Crimson!”

The Swedish hotbed of Örebro has already produced the likes of Truckfighters, Graveyard, Witchcraft and Blues Pills. Prepare to add Captain Crimson to this exceptional tradition.

Formed in 2010 by vocalist Stefan Lillhager, formerly of Blowback, Captain Crimson draws inspiration from the classic sounds of The Groundhogs, Blue Cheer, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Jethro Tull and Cactus, meeting heavy boogie head-on with a modern swagger that has carried over to their latest and third album, “Remind” – their first for Small Stone Records.

“Remind” follows their 2012 debut, “Dancing Madly Backwards” which led them onto their first tour that Fall. Emerging with the lineup of Lillhager singing, bassist/backing vocalist Chris David (ReinXeed, Azoria), guitarist Andreas Eriksson and drummer/organist Mikael Läth, Captain Crimson earned rave reviews for their blues riffing and killer hooks, and they did what any band worth their salt would: They kept touring.

Their second album, 2014’s “Ageless Time,” aligned them to Moving Air Music and Nasoni Records and once again put them on the road. On the LP, they showcased a multifaceted songwriting process, benefiting from the contributions of each player working together to bolster the strengths of the whole, and with a stopgap jam session in Stockholm captured on a 2015 digital EP, they make their way into Remind having fully realized their vision of modern classic rock.

Make no mistake: Captain Crimson’s latest is nothing less than a testament to the timeless power of groove, of memorable choruses that take you back to when you felt such things deep in your soul, and indeed offer a reminder that you still can and that you still do. It is the kind of rock and roll that speaks to the essence of the form, and we think that when all is said and done, it’s one of the best records ever to arrive with a Small Stone logo on it. We couldn’t be prouder if we tried.

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Video below: ‘Love Street’

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