Starcrawler: She Said


After touring with the likes of Jack White and My Chemical Romance, rock group Starcrawler have released their third album and major label debut, She Said today (September 16th). Sounds of punk-rock and nostalgia exude throughout the record in an effort that serves as an impeccable homage to acts that influenced the group.

Through its lead singles, “Roadkill” and “She Said,” Starcrawler cemented the foundation for the themes and sound of She Said. Frontwoman Arrow de Wilde tells Consequence the former track is “for anyone who is sick of feeling powerless.” The coupling of emphatic drums and guitar act as the perfect vessel for de Wilde’s charismatic vocals.

Throughout the project’s 10 tracks, Starcrawler craft a familiar anthemic punk rock sound with the band’s distinct twist. Guitarist Henri Cash explains that the goal of “Thursday” was creating the same feeling a song from The Go-Go’s invokes, “like you want to dance.” Along with The Go-Go’s, Starcrawler draw inspiration from groups like X and The Rolling Stones, resulting in an album with nuanced sounds that remain lively on each track.

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  1. Roadkill
  2. She Said
  3. Stranded
  4. Thursday
  5. Broken Angels
  6. Jetblack
  7. True
  8. Midnight
  9. Runaway
  10. Better Place

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 32 × 1 × 32 cm


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