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Krantz release new single “Run Away With Me,”.

Krantz’s new single is a good one! Jeffrey “Danger” Krantz’s realization that he can lead a band comes true. “Run Away With Me,”  is a song that I connected to, it’s lyrics are meaningful and of course the song is easy to sing along to. I recommend that you check out the song below.

 

 

Nashville-based, alt/psych-rock band, Krantz, drop new single, “Run Away With Me,” from their upcoming EP due out April 27. The album is inspired by central figure, Jeffrey “Danger” Krantz’s real-life experience of playing in cover bands and side gigs on Broadway in Nashville and realizing he had the voice and courage to front his own band.

After leaving his home state of Iowa, traveling the world, touring over 200 days per year with a band called, The Effects and opening for bands such as the Kings of Leon, Shinedown, Foreigner and the Toadies, Krantz made the decision to “live the dream” and eventually landed in Nashville. Krantz hit the studio between tapings of MTV’s music competition, American Supergroup where he eventually became a finalist in the competition. Following the release of his self-produced solo album, Krantz  joined forces with Erik Theiling (bass), Tee Tallent (keys) and Monica Lewellen (percussion/vocals), who he met on the Broadway circuit. Together they bring a psychedelic/pop/rock edge equipped with an in-your face attitude,  intertwining  provocative lyrics, and authentic, no-holds rock and roll.  Krantz embraces frantic ecstasy and introspective depths, alternating between crazy antics, a dash of face paint, and a meaningful look within. The new record takes on several personalities, drawing influences from pop to reggae to artists including, The Beatles, Weezer and T Rex, among other golden age rock acts.

Stay tuned as Krantz announces more material throughout 2018 and continues to revive rock ‘n roll’s spirit with a modern edge.

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