Alberta Cross To Release New Single

‘ATX’ will be out in September

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Alberta Cross are set to release a new single in September with a video made from footage of their recent sets at Coachella and Bonnaroo festivals.

Song ‘ATX’ will be out on September 14, a week before their debut album ‘Broken Side Of Time’ is released (September 21).

Singer Petter Ericson recently explained:“The song came out of a late night drunken jam.

“The lyrics are about David Bowie’s ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’. It’s about being an alien, being out of place.”

Watch the video now by clicking here.

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