Swedish trio Crying Day Care Choir release a new single 'Sad Season' today February 3rd. Recently signed to Warner Music 'Sad Season' is the first fruits of this new partnership so expect much more in 2017 from Crying Day Car Choir. More about the band including a link to the single follows:
Swedish alt-folk trio Crying Day Care Choir have announced their brand new single ‘Sad Season’, out today through Warner Music.
The single finds the multi-instrumentalists incorporating guitars, ukulele and driving percussion to deliver a triumphant anthem of feel-good positivity, warming the chilly first months of 2017. Crying Day Care Choir’s glorious harmonies and stunning folk heartbeat chime with a reminiscence of Fleet Foxes, The Lumineers and Mumford & Sons.
Crying Day Care Choir is the musical backbone of a close-knit family, with husband and wife Jack and Sara Elz, alongside Jack’s brother Bill Nystedt, comprising the collective.
The band have become a big draw across Europe with their bittersweet songwriting, and have completed major tours across Italy and Scandinavia in support of their self-released 2014 debut album Leave The Kingdom.
Now signed to Warner Music, ‘Sad Season’ is the first taste of new music from Crying Day Care Choir and a beautiful statement for what is set to be a very exciting new year for the Stockholm trio.