Friday, February 23, 2024

Crossing I’s Dotting T’s… Would You Like To Speak?

Crossing I’s Dotting T’s has a new single out in ‘Would You Speak‘ oout on Riot Records. 

It’s an alt-rock/post-grunge song taking influence from bands such as Title Fight, Teenage WristNarrow HeadHum, and Superheaven – It screams about self-reflection and asking people if they would still be doing the things they love to do if nobody was paying attention to them.

“We want people to realize through new music that you do not need to just go with the flow of everyone else and you should to be yourself and love yourself, even if you don’t do what everyone else does,” said the band.

The single is available here.

Crossing I’s Dotting T’s is a raw, original force that morphs from different rock genres such as alternative, punk and emo. This combo provides hard-hitting yet catchy songs, intended to evoke emotion. 

The group features Matt Mucerino (Lead vocals, rhythm guitar) Soren (Zo) Crisell (Lead guitar) Oliver (Oli Humbucker) Callison (Bass, backing vocals) and Mat Miranda (drums).

‘Overworked and Underused’ an emo-alt rock song with post-hardcore and 90s alt rock influences, was their previous release. It’s intended to evoke emotion regarding the internal struggle you get when you make the same mistakes day after day, after telling yourself “I’ll be better tomorrow and get back to being me.” The band feels that humans always go through an identity crisis at one point or another and wanted to portray that feeling of trying to find yourself again. The single is available here.

Previously, they released ‘You’, an alt rock/pop-punk/emo rock song single, guest featuring Brian Swindle from Have Mercy. It contains all the hallmarks of both bands, while in turn intended to sound refreshing, anthemic, fun and easily accessible. You can pre-order/add/save ‘You’ here.


Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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