Monday 27 January 2014

We Are The In Crowd // Post New Song, 'Windows In Heaven' from forthcoming new album 'Weird Kids'

Poughkeepsie, NY's We Are The In Crowd have released 'Windows In Heaven', the next new song off their upcoming album, 'Weird Kids',  which will be released on February 17th via Hopeless Records. 'Windows In Heaven' is the fourth song to be released off We Are The In Crowd’s upcoming album, following 'Attention', 'The Best Thing (That Never Happened)' and 'Long Live The Kids.' 

The five piece are about to embark on a UK headline tour this week. To stream the song and to find out all the tour information click below...


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'Windows In Heaven' sees Jardine at her most vulnerable, singing a ballad about her late father. “’Windows In Heaven’ is a very personal song,” says Jardine, “When someone close to you passes away, after awhile you begin to wonder how they would preserve you if they were still here. In my case, it’s my Dad. One of the happiest and inspiring people I have ever known,” She continues, “My dad was a musician, and he’s always in my head when we’re out reaching these milestones in our band’s career. When we got signed, when we play a big show, I always wish I could call him and tell him about it. We played the main stage at Reading and Leeds and I remember looking up and thinking, ‘Would you be proud of me?’ This song helps remind me who he is to me.” 

'Weird Kids', produced by John Feldmann (The Used, Yellowcard, All Time Low, Panic! At The Disco), is WATIC’s follow-up release to their successful debut album, 'Best Intentions', which launched the band into worldwide exposure – debuting at 122 on the Billboard Top 200 and landing the band on the covers of Alternative Press and Kerrang! Magazine. 

With each new song bringing the anticipation for the full album higher, tastemakers including FUSE have named 'Weird Kids' one of their “Most Anticipated Albums” of 2014 and MTV Buzzworthy has coined Jardine as one of the '15 Fresh Females Who Will Rule Pop in 2014'.