What is next for the band following their Fugitives Of Heaven comeback show?
Creeper made their comeback after one year of absence at an intimate show in London on Friday, debuting their brand new look. Jennifer McCord was on hand to capture all of the action.
This will be a very lovely time indeed.
CREEPER ARE BACK.
Suspicious. Very, very suspicious.
Wait, what's going on here?
Creeper's debut album turns two years old today, and what a journey it has been on. From the build-up to the aftermath, the band have kept an air of mystery around the album's story. So to celebrate here is a bitesize look into all the different twists and turns of the album's era.
Creeper broke a whole lot of hearts last night at London's KOKO when they announced that this was their final show. Corinne Cumming was there to capture all of the action at what is possibly Creeper's last ever performance.
Is this really the end?
We may say this a lot, but this is a truly ambitious cross-over event, and we're very here for it.
Is this all connected to the teasing? What's going on?
The count down is on.
Because rock star pets deserve love too.
Day two of 2000 Trees festival saw some huge sets from the likes of Twin Atlantic, Creeper, Mallory Knox, Holding Absence and more. Rock Sound photographer Corinne Cumming was there to capture it all.
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It's all about the hype, man.
We caught up with Will and Hannah to chat through their huge touring plans and the possibility of new music in 2019.
The band will warm up for their appearance at Reading and Leeds festivals with a series of intimate UK shows.
Creeper were out in force this weekend at Slam Dunk, winning (calloused) hearts and just having a bloody good time. Ben Gibson captured all the action (and circle pits) at Slam Dunk South.