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    Your Heart Is a Lot Like Mine
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    In Too Deep
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    Automatic Doors
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Crashcaptains are on the move. Whereto is not that important. The Berlin based quintet is a lot more interested in what they will find along the way.
Right at this moment, they are probably somewhere between Hamburg and Lichtenberg, with guitars, pianos, synthesizers, drums, a mellow male voice, a shy choir, dreams, fears, melancholy and optimism, indie poetry and post-rock piled up in their tightly packed tour bus.
The band's upcoming second album "In Too Deep", to be released in the fall of 2018, is multifaceted. While the debut was mainly shaped by the clear vision of frontman and songwriter Nick Heintz, the new album gains in richness, diversity and density through the collaborative composition and arrangement work of the entire band. A large part of the album was recorded live. In hindsight, many supposed mistakes turned out to be strokes of good fortune. "In Too Deep" is a colorful, dynamic album with attention to detail and strong songs, which still reveal something new even after the third or fourth rendering.
The lyrics tell about restlessness, dreams of self-realization, sleepless nights in overcrowded hostel rooms, anxiety, the passion for music, the longing for togetherness, the rollercoaster of the road.
Crashcaptains want to go forward, seeking the journey, not the destination. Where they stop, they rest only for as long as the moment allows. When it’s time to leave, they can’t wait to see what’s behind the next bend.


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