The Crystal Method will release a new single on American Song Contest

The Crystal Method will debut their new single “Watch Me Now” at the American Song Contest this Monday

Legendary Electronic Music Outfit The crystal method are about to release their seventh studio album. “The trip” will be released next Friday, April 15 via Ultra Records but before that, one of the excerpts from the album will be presented with great fanfare on April 11th. look at me nowa collaborative single showcasing the talents of Koda and VAAAL will be featured on NBCit is American song contest with a TV performance that promises to be impressive, to say the least. Accompanying The Crystal Method in this appearance are a star-studded cast of famous players from bands like TIN, Rammstein, A perfect circle and more, like Danny Lohner (guitar), Hannah van der Molen (bass), and Joe Letz (drums). Fellow ‘Watch Me Now’ protagonists Koda and VAAAL will also join the band for this record’s grand premiere ahead of the new album.

This performance is part of the American Song Contest, in which 56 artists will perform representing 50 states, 5 US territories and the national capital. The Crystal Method represents Nevada in this competition and, if they receive the most votes, they will elevate “Watch Me Now” as the nation’s most popular song. The American Song Contest is produced by the same producers as the Eurovision Song Contest and The voice and is hosted by the iconic Snoop Dogg and the talented Kelly Clarkson. Voting is now available and fans can vote here. The Crystal Method performance will take place Monday on NBC in a TV show that will run from 8-10 p.m.

This new version of The Crystal Method follows “Post Punk”a lively and rhythmic piece produced in collaboration with Iggy Pop, and ‘Act right‘ which also featured VAAL. While you wait for ‘The Trip Out’ to arrive on April 15, don’t miss this live performance of ‘Watch Me Now’ on Monday.

Image credit: The Crystal Method (via Facebook)

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