Crash Midnight simultaneously launch controversial music video for Steve Thomson-produced track “Roxy” and band App
On the 30th anniversary of recording Guns ‘N’ Roses iconic debut album “Appetite For Destruction”, legendary producer, Steve Thompson (Metallica, Prince, David Bowie, Guns ‘N’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rolling Stones and more), went into the studio to produce American hard rock band, CRASH MIDNIGHT. The first result is the adrenaline-filled smash hit “Roxy” whose controversial and edgy music video drops today on YouTube and which can be seen here.
Directed by Ron Sperling and produced by Ron Sperling and Bo Toof, “Roxy” chronicles the raucous, gritty experience of a young stripper in the infamous 1960’s “Combat Zone” of Boston. With the song’s theme in mind, Sperling created this intense video that couples the explosiveness of the band’s live performance along with jaw-dropping raw visuals that have already created quite a stir leading up to its release.
“Roxy” anticipates the release of “Lost In The City,” CRASH MIDNIGHT’s new album dropping in September via Musicarchy Media in Europe and Asia and will be remixed, remastered, and repackaged with “Roxy” for the US as well later this fall. The band is also launching the exclusive CRASH MIDNIGHT App today, created in cooperation with Cayenne and available now on the App Store and Google Play. The App will offer exclusive music videos, merchandise, contests, free song downloads, and provide unprecedented access to the band through its unique BACKSTAGE portal.