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Introducing UK rockers The Crooked 45 with “Voices on the Radio”!

UK rockers The Crooked 45 have released their second ever single, in the form of “Voices on the Radio”. The latter is indeed available to stream below for those who have missed it!


The band comments: “In the song we discuss the state of the media in the Western world. Whilst people are distracted by celebrities and reality TV shows the West are causing atrocities across parts of the globe for financial gain. The leaders of the Western world use some media outlets as a mouth piece for politicians often to incite a ‘culture of fear’ which then can be used to get the public’s support and backing for these atrocities.

In the video for ‘Voices On The Radio’, the people who come into contact with the TV and radio-waves become poisoned and sick. We hope this clearly compliments the song and the lyrics.”

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As a huge fan of pop-punk, easycore and punk-rock music since forever, I officially started my career in 2011 by offering press relations and social media services to underground bands and labels. In parallel, I also worked for other magazines and webzines, which allowed me to understand what a media wants to receive! I've finally created my own webzine in 2015. Since then, I've continued in this direction in order to help bands and labels develop their visibility and notoriety worldwide.

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