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FOR “DENIAL IS A FREE EP”

Middle Class White Noise:
Because the Creepy Crawlies are good. I mean, if I had one of those awesome indie-blog record labels I would put out these guys’ debut EP, called Denial is a Free EP, in a heartbeat.

THOSE WHO DIG:
This male-female duo has an organic, seamless interplay. They just sound good together, you know what I mean? The music has a pop surface which contrasts with a more subtle wall of sound. Like the two voices, it seems expertly blended.

YOUR MUSIC RADAR:
If you want a slow burning track that kills it, I’d dive into ‘Get Buried!’ by The Creepy Crawlies

STAGEDIVE (MALTA):
Not only are the songs here good but they have made me giddy with excitement…I’m a greedy reviewer and I want more! The album can’t come soon enough!

NEW MUSIC COLLABORATIVE:
Slipping into The Creepy Crawlies’ music is an effortless task as the back and forth vocals of Chris Donlon and Kate McLean suck you in.

POPHEADWOUND:
The title track features playful, swooning back + forth boy/girl vocals, swirling sound effects, and some choice lines (“leave my body here on the shore/could be worse, could be nuclear war”). It’s charmingly bummed-out indie-pop at its finest and a welcome return.

CENTURIES:
This is a perfect antidote to the stresses and strains of the daily grind, and I look forward to hearing more when the forthcoming debut album hits the shelves.

BASEMENT FEVER:
Love at first sight, or perhaps I should say first listen – 30 seconds into Get Buried by The Creepy Crawlies and it was pure adoration from then on in.

A FEAST OF BEAST:
It’s carefree playful nature brings me back to one of my most beloved and long dead bands, The Unicorns. Let’s keep an eye on these guys, k?

PHOENIX AND FIREWORKS:
“Get Buried!” by The Creepy Crawlies (is it just me or is that an adorable band name) is a lovely track which blends male and female vocals quite nicely