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WATCH: Creeper’s Hauntingly Beautiful Video For ‘All My Friends’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 22 May 2020 at 10.02

This is a proper spine-tingler.



Creeper
have released another song from their upcoming album 'Sex, Death & The Infinite Void', this one a much more sombre affair. 

The video for 'All My Friends' was filmed remotely between and put together by Static Dress' Oli Appleyard and is as beautifully delicate, haunting and touching as the song itself.

Have a watch and listen for yourself below:



'Sex, Death & The Infinite Void' is scheduled for release on July 22 via Roadrunner Records. 

Have a listen to 'Cyanide' right here:



In our recent cover feature with the band, frontman Will Gould explained some of the signficance 'All My Friends' and how it stemmed from his time spent in America trying to put the album together...

“I was drunk every day while I was out there. I was trying to escape so much through these things that it was quite detrimental to my wellbeing, and it took a long time to come out of it.

“‘All My Friends’ came at the peak of that. I’d sit at the piano in this beautiful, vintage live room, drink a bottle of scotch and just play. Out of nowhere the first few chords just fell together, and the very first few lyrics were “Sex, Death & The Infinite Void”. Sometimes in life your body just needs to get this song out, it doesn’t matter whether anyone hears it or not.

I wrote it all for Ian, back home in Brighton, and thankfully he really loved it. It was Hannah who hit me up about putting it on the record over and over again. It was really humbling, that something you make at a low ebb in your life can be something people want to hear.

So she took it, made it better than I had, and then we recorded a version of it. When we play that live it’s going to be difficult for some of us. I don’t know how I really feel about it yet, because there’s a very real piece of personal grief there.”


You can pick up a copy of the magazine and read the whole feature from SHOP.ROCKSOUND.TV now
 

 

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