“Fountain” by Secret Crush
BTR Live Studio | ep582 | Feb 10, 2017
Secret Crush is an extremely likeable Brooklyn rock band made up of Greg Timmes, Matt Billington, Nick Rogers, and John Swanson. They’ve got the grungy, waily guitar thing so down that it makes it hard not to bounce along to their songs. Take a listen and you’ll see exactly what we mean. It’s ok, nobody can see you dancing in front of the computer. Go for it.

Birth EP by Secret Crush is available now.

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Secret Crush: Bandcamp // Facebook

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