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Creeper Tell The “Final Piece” Of Their Album’s Story With Poisoned Heart Video

Learn even more about Sex, Death & The Infinite Void with Creeper’s new video for Poisoned Heart.

Following the release of their incredible second album Sex, Death & The Infinite Void, Creeper have shared a brand-new video for Poisoned Heart.

The dark new Oscar Sansom-directed clip is “the final piece of our story” according to Will Gould, with the frontman sharing: “The grand conclusion to the narrative we’ve been telling.” So if you’ve spent the last week-plus diving into the album, be sure to pay very close attention to this.

Read this: Creeper: Your guide to the world of Sex, Death & The Infinite Void

Of the single itself, Will previously stated, “This song was the first we had written where we’d experimented with a baritone lead vocal. Inspired by Leonard Cohen and Nick Cave I attempted to sing in a way I had not before, combining this with a country sensibility we had established via a piano and acoustic guitar. Lyrically this song sits in the second act of our narrative, our protagonist is realising what it is to feel for the first time.”

Watch Creeper’s video for Poisoned Heart below:

Catch Creeper at the following live dates next year:

March 2021

18 Brighton Concorde 2
19 London O2 Forum Kentish Town
20 Birmingham O2 Institute 2
22 Glasgow Garage
23 Manchester O2 Ritz
24 Leeds Becketts

Read this: Album review: Creeper – Sex, Death & The Infinite Void

Creeper 2021 Uk Tour
Posted on August 3rd 2020, 10:59am
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