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Kraków Loves Adana: The Day The Internet Died

23.3.18



About one year after their previous LP, Call Yourself New, the release date of the new, fourth album by Hamburg indie pop duo, approaches fast.

Songs After The Blue is scheduled to drop on April 6th via Better Call Rob, already introduced by a couple of engaging singles, to which The Day The Internet Died is now added, another well crafted, profoundly imaginative, melancholic piece, on which the duo toys with the idea of a world after the existence of the internet.

Once more, bringing together a set of diverse styles, like dreampop, new wave, contemporary electronica and indie pop, Kraków Loves Adana present a great ear for immaculate production, and a more approachable and candid way of songwriting, which seems like it's being a common denominator for the entire new album.

Just like American Boy and Rapture, the new single comes accompanied by a neat video which the band shot and directed themselves in their hometown of Hamburg.







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