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Italian rock n roll quartet CELEB CAR CRASH announce forthcoming album details

Italian rock n roll quartet CELEB CAR CRASH are pleased to reveal the details of their forthcoming album ‘People Are The Best Show’, due for release in the UK on the 25th November 2016 via Sliptrick Records. Watch here.

CELEB CAR CRASH has become a household name in Italy with the band holding an impressive amount of achievements under their belt across the board. In the past they have supported the likes of Lacuna Coil and Coheed and Cambria, and have also caught the eye of Red Bull and Italy’s Rolling Stone magazine. Not only that, Italy’s Virgin Radio has been championing all of the band’s single releases taken from the forthcoming album and in the summer they even caught the eye across the pond in the US, when Revolver magazine premiered the release of their latest single ‘Let Me In’.

Giovanni Versari (Muse ‘Drones’) mastered ‘People Are The Best Show’ and CELEB CAR CRASH are eager to get their music out there in the UK. We want to reach the heart of the matter, the core of making music. We believe that we are making our own thing with our own voice, perhaps a bit cynical but we’re hoping to find people that share our love, feelings and vision.”

For fans of Foo Fighters and Kings Of Leon, CELEB CAR CRASH will release ‘People Are The Best Show’ on the 25th November in the UK on Sliptrick Records.

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