CROSSON fires up the ambiance with their spellbinding new releases

Weak at the Knees For a Hot Brunette

The charming spell cast by CROSSON has done wonders for them – the new releases on Spotify and YouTube have left everyone shell-shocked, spellbound, and enthralled.

(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Balmain, Oct 1, 2020 ( – A cinematic and detailed yet intricately magnificent, the album ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Love Affair’ by the Aussie theatrical rock warriors CROSSON has reignited the intensity of the Rock genre in a much more majestic way. The ambient energy that pours out the of the structure of this entire album is mainly due to the presence of ‘Weak At The Knees (For A Hot Brunette!!)‘ – this track is by far the best from them and certainly speaks on behalf of their intense love and passion for the genre.

We All Need An Enemy‘ is another track from this album that simply rocks the stage – a personal highlight due to its haunting instrumental layers and the intoxicating to and fro motion of the melody-like bars that swiftly washes over the musical senses. Mixed by widely celebrated US producer Duane Baron and mastered by the US mastering legend Dave Donnelly, this album has received love and appreciation from the global audiences and critics. Each of the ten tracks of ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Love Affair’ shines brightly due to their enthralling premises.

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Things get a bit more scene-setting with the track ‘Never Give Up‘, which is a part of the album ‘Invincible’. Be it the vintage vibes or the instrumental bliss – there is not a single element of this track that fails to impress. The quickly compelling bars and the well-balanced soundscape – the entire premise has the strength of leaving the listeners hanging around for more. CROSSON is a name that needs no introduction – you can listen to these of Spotify and YouTube. Log in to Facebook and Instagram for more.

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We All Need an EnemyNever Give UpCROSSON

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