The Identity Crisis | Screaming for Change

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Screaming for Change

by The Identity Crisis

Indie Rock intertwined with different musical styles, grooves and instrumentation driven by the bass and drums, open and alternate chord voicings and sax & guitar interludes to complement the deep and insightful lyrical content.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In a time of continued cynicism where people are being divided on the basis of caste, colour, creed and religion we have become intolerant as a society and its time for a change. This album talks about the futility of our petty differences and how we should put them aside and come together as one.

Screaming for Change is a marked departure from our earlier release Trouble in Paradise. The sound of the band has been augmented by the introduction of the sax and the keyboards besides featuring guitars, bass and drums. The album transcends genres and moves from pop, rock, ballads, blues and a touch of jazz, though the band's rock leanings do come through.
The lyrics too are more outward focused this time and the band's relentless focus on melodic compositions & meaningful lyrics has paid dividends this time around as well.

The title too tries to capture the voice of a generation as world events, technology, environment and the constant churn race ahead while people continue to struggle to keep pace. The essence of the album and the times is captured by the lyric 'living in space age times with stone age minds' implying that our ideology needs to catch up with our technology.


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