Hear Turn to Crime's Rugged, Laid-Back 'Sunday's Cool'

Detroit trio announces debut album 'Can't Love,' coming this July

Turn to Crime 'Sunday's Cool' Can't Love
Turn to Crime
Dan Reilly

Detroit's Turn to Crime is the latest project of Derek Stanton, who previously fronted Brooklyn's Awesome Color. They split in 2010 after producing a handful of albums for Thurston Moore's Ecstatic Peace label, and he re-grouped with Ian Saylor and Dorian Foerg to form this new garage-inspired trio. To announce their first album, Can't Love, Turn to Crime now unveil the lead single "Sunday's Cool," a feel-good mix of swinging blues and power pop. Check it out below, and pick up the LP July 1 via Old Flame and Mugg & Bopp.

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