Cross-Channel Music is the indie pop-folk project of French London-based singer songwriter Pierre Lassegues.
‘Butter On Hot Toast’ is a raw blues rock track that ends in romantic crooning.
The album ‘Man in a Dream’ is the second release from Cross-Channel Music. It is an eclectic nine track journey through the indie music of the noughties. It will be released on September 10th 2021. There are also collaborations with video artist Fluid.Lab and illustrator Yannick Rigour.
The songs span across a variety of styles: lo-fi folk, upbeat synth pop, melancholic ballads or raw garage rock.
They were written in Paris between 2000 and 2012 and were mixed and mastered by Robin Downe and Loys Couet in February and March 2021.
The single kicks off a strum of a guitar and some brilliant vocals, an upbeat sound soon and a catchy instrumental follow as you are fully captured but the tracks incredible intro. There is no escaping from this track, once you have press play there is no doubt that you will become hooked and will listen to this incredible track from the beginning to end.
The lyrics combined with the vocals create a fun and catchy sound with a hint of relatability thrown in which I feel helps for the listener to instantly connect with this track. Personally, I fell the vocals work so well with the sound of this track to create something that will capture your attention.
There is nothing I didn’t love about this track, for me it’s the perfect track to add to your playlist. This was the first track I’ve heard from Criss-Channel and it’s safe to say I was impressed which what I heard, if anything the track has left me wanting to hear more.
By Ollie Cooper