During an interview with NME, Crosses (†††), the project featuring Chino Moreno (Deftones) and Shaun Lopez (Far), revealed that they are planning to release two more new songs towards the end of April. This news comes after the duo previously confirmed that they will be releasing a series of singles rather than releasing a full album all at once.
Moreno said the following about the upcoming songs:
“They’re different, I will say that. One of the songs specifically is one that Shaun sent me and told me he didn’t think I would like. Sometimes he’ll send me something and I’ll just throw some ideas and vocals on it and have it back to him in like four minutes.
Out of all the Crosses material of the past, one of them is a little more uplifting and less cerebral. It has this vibe that we hadn’t tapped into before, but once we dug into it we made it feel very much like us but just from a different angle. It’s coming out just before the summer, so I’m excited about that.
With each release, the picture of what this record is will come more into focus – for both the listener and ourselves. It’s going to be pretty exciting.”
He also added the following about the band’s decision to release singles over time:
“I think there’s beyond a record in the can. It’s just about us now picking and choosing when and how to release it. The idea now is just to slowly put out ‘singles’ and little batches of songs over a long period of time, and then at some point to accumulate it into a full-length record.”