The Shires Announce New Single, ‘Crazy Days’

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The Shires have announced the release of their latest single, ‘Crazy Days’.

The release of Crissie and Ben’s new single follows their fourth album ‘Good Years’ peaking at number #3 in the UK album charts when it was released earlier this year, going head to head with the likes of Niall Horan and Lewis Capaldi.

The pair have also announced the rescheduling of their eagerly anticipated UK tour. The shows will run through April and May of 2021, stopping off at the London Palladium Wednesday, May 12th.

As prolific songwriters first and foremost the timely release of ‘Crazy Days’ plugs into the uncertainty that is being felt  across the globe right now. Speaking of their newest musical offering, Crissie said “Our song ‘Crazy Days’  seems so poignant for what is going on in our world right now. This song was originally written when we were both taking some time out after our last album. It was the first time in a long time since we had spent some quality time at home with our family and friends. Ben wrote the song out of reflection of how crazy our life often is on the road.

However the words are so perfect now. Amongst all the uncertainty, normality and missing our loved ones and wishing we could be with each other but knowing that these are just the ‘crazy days’ and we will be reunited again soon”.

Check out the music video below…

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