|C.R. and The Degenerates|
Back in November, we shared the video for C.R. and The Degenerates' "Once." That song comes from the band's next -- and final -- LP, The World According to C.R. We're just a week away now from that album's January 19th release on Sniffling Indie Kids; and C.R. and The Degenerates have come to us one, final time for a single premiere. Today, the band are sharing "Twenty Acres."
C.R. and The Degenerates started as, primarily, the solo project of Chris Gennone. As time went on, Gennone brought aboard friends to help realize his vision; and The Degenerates transformed into a full-time, full band. "Twenty Acres" fits right in with that evolution. Gennone says, "'Twenty Acres' is a reflective song about surrounding yourself with friends and good people. It guests Steven Donahue from Young Legs and The Big Drops on vocals."
"The World According to C.R. is a fitting end to this Degenerate run, considering most of these songs were written independently and not really rehearsed or anything," Gennone continues.
But with endings come new beginnings. Gennone and his band will be back under a new name later this year. "If you've seen us live lately, you can kinda see the direction we're going in. We've got about 14 songs or so that we're recording in February."
Check out "Twenty Acres" right here, and look for The World According to C.R. next Friday via Sniffling Indie Kids.