The Cribs share rousing new single ‘The Day I Got Lost Again’

The song is the second preview from a series of monthly singles

The Cribs have shared their brand new single ‘The Day I Got Lost Again’ – you can hear the track below.

The song is the second preview from ‘Sonic Blew Singles Club’, a new series of monthly singles by the Wakefield trio which will run until the end of the year. They previously shared ‘Swinging At Shadows‘ and a video for the track filmed at their first gig back since the pandemic.

Fans who subscribe to The Cribs’ new singles club will receive four two-track 7″ vinyl records, which will feature previously unheard songs from the sessions for their last album ‘Night Network’.

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Those tracks, which were recorded at Dave Grohl‘s Studio 606 in LA, will feature on the A-side of the 7″s, while home recordings by The Cribs which were recorded during lockdown will make up the B-sides.

“Basically, after three years away from the road we just ended up with SO many songs built up in the vaults that we wanted to try doing something different and interesting with them!” bassist Gary Jarman previously explained about the new venture.

 

“We had a bunch of extra tracks from the ‘Night Network’ sessions which we finished and mixed over lockdown… and then the extra downtime led to us coming up with several new songs also. Of course we could have just put them all to one side and held them back for a new album or whatever, but that doesn’t seem like much fun…”

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Jarman added: “Back in the day, we were always a band that were known for our B-sides – a concept that is pretty much irrelevant nowadays… we know that the fans miss this, so setting up the ‘Sonic Blew Singles Club’ seemed like the ideal solution – we get to clear the vaults, and people get a guaranteed new single plus B-side every month.”

You can find out more information about The Cribs’ ‘Sonic Blew Singles Club’ by heading here.

Meanwhile, The Cribs are set to hit the road for a UK tour in March 2022.

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