Los Angeles-based pop-punk/post-hardcore band Crash Overcast released their debut album ‘When All The World’s Asleep’. Recorded at Buzzbomb Studios in Orange, CA with producer Paul Miner (New Found Glory/Atreyu), it explores navigating mental health issues.
About the album, lead vocalist/guitarist Alex Kurnow stated:
“This collection of songs delves into the hidden struggles of everyday life that nobody talks about. Our hope is that while listening to this record, people realize that everyone has hidden aspects of themselves that they are working to improve, and therefore no one as alone as they think.”
Since 2015, the band has worked to deliver emotionally impactful content by consistently releasing music and videos and has become known throughout the West Coast punk rock scene for cultivating a high energy and interactive live show. In 2017, they released their debut EP ‘Too Close To Call’, which garnered the attention of blog, booking agents, and other artists nationwide. During the summer of 2018, the band took the stage during the last cross-country Vans Warped Tour.
Following their 2017 EP release, the band set out to create their most revealing and impactful collection of songs to date, shifting from their pop punk roots into a heavier and more grounded sound. The band consists of lead vocalist/guitarist Alex Kurnow and bassist/vocalist JD Harris as well as lead guitarist Edwin Woodside and drummer Jeff Schroeder, who both added since their last release.
Crash Overcast’s debut album ‘When All The World’s Asleep’ boldly explores the frustrations of being a working millennial while navigating mental health issues, such as anxiety and OCD.