Tuesday, April 30, 2013


I was thrilled to find out the Brooklyn based witch house pioneers CREEP have just announced some rather promising details on "Echoes", their most anticipating full-length debut album to drop 13th August. Lauren Dillard and Lauren Flax continue their extraordinary conceptual musical journey by inviting different vocalists for each of the songs on the album, just like they did with the staggering series of singles that were released so far: "Days" with Romy Madley Croft from The XX, "You" with Nina Sky, "Animals" with Holly Miranda and "Call Her" with Tricky and Alejandra de la Deheza. The introduction to "Echoes" comes with aptly titled opening track "Introduction" featuring the uncompromising Planningtorock, CREEP's possibly darkest moment to date. A truly fascinating act and with the increasing excitement around them since 2010 I am beside myself thinking about this record to be finally out.

Introduction (feat. PLANNINGTOROCK) by CREEP