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
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.
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.
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.
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