Creeper reveal video for new track ‘Hiding With Boys’ (impacts Jan 27th)

Creeper reveal video for new track ‘Hiding With Boys’ (impacts Jan 27th)


Debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ to be released on March 24th

UK and European tour commences in March

(Photo by Jay Wennington)


“British rock’s hottest property.” – Kerrang!

“The start of something very special indeed.” – Metal Hammer

“[Creeper have] not just the potential to be the British band of their generation, but a bona fide global success.” – Rock Sound

“Creeper are the sh*t. It’s great to have a band finally injecting some much needed edge and bite to the stale mainstream rock scene.” – That’s Not Metal

“Britain’s answer to My Chemical Romance have reached tipping point.” – Sunday Times Culture

“They’re creeping towards a stellar 2017.” – The Evening Standard

“One of the country’s most vibrant and vital new bands” – DIY

“Creeper aren’t just a band they’re a cult.” – Dork

“There is a whole-hearted honesty in everything Creeper do.” – Upset

“The most important new band in Britain.” – Discovered

“They can remind the seasoned music fan of what it’s like to be a teen again.” – Metro


2016 has seen CREEPER power to prominence with a string of accolades – Best British Newcomer at the Kerrang! Awards, Best New Band at the Metal Hammer Golden God Awards, a daytime playlist at Radio 1, and praise from Sir Elton John on his Beats 1 show. Now the Southampton sextet conclude the year with the release of the brand new single ‘Hiding With Boys’ (impacts Jan 27th).


Capturing their unique cocktail of rollicking punk rock and dark gothic romanticism, ‘Hiding With Boys’ also marries Will Gould’s impassioned croon with sweet harmonies from keyboardist Hannah Greenwood. Produced by the band’s regular collaborator Neil Kennedy at The Ranch and then mixed by Neal Avron (Twenty One Pilots), ‘Hiding With Boys’ is the latest tantalising teaser to be taken from their debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ which will be released on March 24th and can be pre-ordered at


The track’s video extends the storyline that CREEPER first instigated when they posted ‘missing’ photos of each band member online following their sets at the Reading and Leeds Festivals. Part of a trilogy set in the band’s hometown of Southampton, the video tells the story of paranormal investigator ‘James Scythe’. The third and final character in a narrative tapestry Creeper began to weave on 2015s ‘The Callous Heart’ EP and continued on 2016s ‘The Stranger’ EP, ‘James Scythe’ represents the story’s human centre, and is deeply connected to the album’s lyrical themes and concepts.


“Hiding With Boys is the very first song we wrote for Eternity, In Your Arms,” says frontman Will Gould. “It’s a bridge of sorts from the band we were on the EPs to the band that we are now, and creating it helped us to find a way to bring our incredibly varied influences together. When we wrote that chorus and the song’s huge climax, we knew we would be able to capture our ambitions for the full length. It’s a song of unrequited love told from the perspective of a ‘tragic monster’, and is a lyrical sequel of sorts to the track’ Black Mass’.”


Having just completed a tour with Pierce The Veil and letlive., CREEPER’s rise can be demonstrated as each London headline show has increased in scale from The Old Blue Last to The Barfly to The Underworld and now to THE ELECTRIC BALLROOM on MARCH 30TH. CREEPER’s immersive and theatrical stage show (previously seen at landmark events including their homecoming Halloween show and their headline gig at The Underworld) will be more elaborate than ever before, and will feature on all tour dates for the first time in the band’s history.


CREEPER are now set to play the following headline shows




25th – Manchester, Academy 2

26th – Glasgow, The Garage

27th – Newcastle, University

28th – Leeds, Stylus

30th – London, Electric Ballroom

31st – Southampton, The 1865




1st – Birmingham, Institute 2

2nd – Cardiff, Tramshed

4th – Germany, Hamburg, Hafenklang

5th – Denmark, Copenhagen, Lille VEGA

6th – Norway, Oslo, Krøsset

7th – Sweden, Stockholm, Klubben

9th – Germany, Cologne, MTC

10th – Germany, Munich, Strom

11th – Austria, Vienna, Arena

12th – Germany, Berlin, Cassiopeia

14th – France, Paris, Backstage By The Mill

15th – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg Oude Zaal


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