If, in 1999, you’d told the members of Crazy Town that 19 years after the release of their biggest hit, Butterfly, they’d be playing it on children’s instruments in the back of their bus so that an energy drink company could broadcast it on the internet to their German audience, they’d have probably been very confused.
But the world has changed: traditional revenue streams for music and media are no longer as lucrative as they once were, the internet isn’t just for lonely people anymore, and brands have their own media platforms to broadcast on. So…
Here’s the original, in case you’d somehow forgotten it:
From Crazy Town to Drowning Pool and beyond – these are some of rock’s biggest one-hit wonders
Biffy Clyro’s new single A Hunger In Your Haunt is described by Simon Neil as “an expression of pure frustration” and “a self-motivating mantra”.