Crushed By Waves Releases Video For Title Track Of Debut Album "More To Life" - Available March 22nd

 With the release of their debut album "More To Life" just days away, Manchester quartet Crushed By Waves are giving fans another taste of the album ahead of its full release this Friday (March 22).

Arran, Andy, Dan and Tom have released the music video for the album's title track "More To Life"; a rock anthem with synthesizers and one of the biggest choruses you'll hear this year. It's the perfect warm-up for the album's full release. The track "More To Life" carries an important message, as Crushed By Waves' vocalist Arran Prime explains:

"More to Life is about finally getting out of our daily routine and making the decision to change our lives before it's too late. When you wake up and realize you only have one life, how will you choose to live it?"

Check out the video for "More To Life", which shows some of the brilliant moments Crushed By Waves have had in the last twelve months and how powerful the band is live.

Don't wait until the end to discover that there are More on Life than that...

The track "More To Life" will be available on Spotify, Apple Music and other streaming platforms when the full album is released this Friday. Pre-save the album here.

Crushed By Waves' debut album, "More To Life", features ten tracks of varied, epic modern rock and is the perfect way for the band to reach the next level in 2024. The extremely popular singles from the album released so far (Won't Get Out Alive, Nothing Left, Too Much To Ask and more recently You Know) have taken Crushed By Waves to incredible heights over the last twelve months, including performances at huge festivals such as Download, Radar and Takedown.

In addition to the tracks already released, "More To Life" is an album in which almost every song could be a single in its own right. From the sweeping chorus of "Dangerous" to the arena-worthy synth rock of the album's title track, "More To Life" offers excellent variety, but with a consistent sound throughout. To find out more about "More To Life", here's Crushed By Waves vocalist Arran Prime:

"Our debut album 'More To Life' is a reflection of where we are as a band. At the time we wrote and produced this album, we were experiencing so many things for the first time together. Our first tour, our first manager, our first time playing big festivals and our first time playing our songs on national radio. 'More To Life' is the concept of rebirth. Have you ever felt destined to fail? Felt stuck in a daily routine wishing for a better life? Well, this is about taking control of our destiny and freeing ourselves from the limitations we impose on ourselves. Now we're beginning to discover what we're capable of, we'll never settle for less or make concessions again.

Despite all our self-doubt, we have achieved more than we ever thought possible. We're finding our place in this scene and growing a loyal fan base that seems to love what we're doing and supporting us on our way. We used to think: 'Who the hell is Crushed By Waves? We had impostor syndrome all the time. However, after the year we've just had, we know exactly who the hell Crushed By Waves is, and if you don't, you're missing out. This album is just the beginning for us, guys - we hope you like what we've created."

Check out the full track list for "More To Life" below:

Crushed By Waves - More To Life

1) Nothing Left
2) Dangerous
3) You Know
4) Optimistic
5) Won't Get Out Alive
6) More To Life
7) Faces
8) Lies
9) Close To The Edge
10) Too Much To Ask

Find Crushed By Waves online:

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