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When CRASHCARBURN announces a new single, you can be sure it is only the start of something more exciting to come: SUMMER FOREVER is the first single off a brand new studio album from the Johannesburg band.
 
Six years since the release of their last record, CRASHCARBURN finally teased fans last week with a dramatic promo video revealing the album title and release date. HEADLIGHTS will launch on 6 April 2018.
 
Watch the announcement here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE3Us2OKtPc
 
SUMMER FOREVER is the upbeat, first single that the band has chosen to reintroduce themselves to a loyal fan base that has been following the band for over 10 years.
 
“The song is about making a decision that will permanently change your life for the better,” explains front man, Garth Barnes. The new record showcases a version of CrashCarBurn that fans won’t be familiar with - “We’ve grown over the last 6 years and so has our sound. SUMMER FOREVER is a track that will ease fans into an album that they might not be expecting!”
 
The video was shot and directed by band member Brendan ‘Bugsy’ Barnes and tells the story of a guy hanging out with his best friend - a dog. When their fun gets shut down by a lifeguard who takes his job a little too seriously, the two friends have to find a way to jumpstart the party!
 
“Summer Forever is an uplifting track so the video features a story about finding happiness in the most unlikely of scenarios.”
 
Besides having over 10 dogs on set, the video also stars Glen Biderman-Pam who is known for his role as 'Rael' in the hit local series, 'Tali's Wedding Diary' on Showmax.
 
Watch the video for SUMMER FOREVER here:
https://youtu.be/QrB5yKVc6Zo

Tickets: 
Early Bird: R30
Online: R50
At the Door: R50

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Beerhouse Centurion
1262 Embankment Road
Centurion
South Africa
0157

Starts:
Sat 12 May 2018 at 7:00 PM (SAST)
Ends:
Sun 13 May 2018 at 2:00 AM (SAST)

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Beerhouse Centurion