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Crux’s new single, Save Me, is somewhat peculiar. While the band is most commonly described as a mix of prog rock and punk, Save Me certainly does not fit into this category – it would be a stretch to describe it as indie rock.

Yet, despite the dilemma of not fitting into their supposed genre, Save Me has something unusual about it that intrigues the listener: the ominous synth-wave effects at the beginning of the song, and the overall critique of people in power and their lack of actions to help change people’s lives.

Recorded in a studio renovated from a church, there is an eerie, yet ethereal air about the song, with lyrics like chilling whispers, leaving the listener with goosebumps.

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