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Creeper Share First Song From Their Sounds From The Void Sessions

Listen to Creeper’s acoustic cover of King Dude’s Spiders In Her Hair.

As fans wait patiently for the arrival of Creeper’s new album Sex, Death & The Infinite Void, which has been postponed until July 31, the band have just unveiled the first song from their lockdown Sounds From The Void sessions.

The Southampton goth-punks will be covering other artists’ material while quarantining at home, and have today shared the first rendition from the release: a cover of King Dude’s Spiders In Her Hair, performed by vocalist Will Gould and guitarist Ian Miles.

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“We have been big fans of King Dude for a while,” says Will. “My girlfriend and I would listen to Love an awful lot when we first got together and this kinda became our song. Knowing we’d have limited resources in lockdown meant that recording some acoustic songs made sense. This was the first song that I knew I’d love us to do.”

Check it out below:

Creeper are heading out on tour this August at the dates below – get your tickets here.

Creeper UK tour 2020


19 Birmingham O2 Institute2
20 Brighton Concorde 2
21 London Electric Brixton
22 Manchester Academy 2
24 Glasgow Saint Luke’s
25 Leeds The Wardrobe

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