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Simple Creatures Announce Debut UK Show

Simple Creatures have announced details of their first-ever UK show

Alex Gaskarth and Mark Hoppus’ new project Simple Creatures have announced their first-ever show in the UK.

The show takes place at The Hangar in London on April 3; it will be Simple Creature’s fifth show following the release of their debut EP Strange Love on March 29.

“Cooked up in studios and basements around Los Angeles, we set out to push ourselves in musical directions that are new and exciting to us,” said Mark of the EP. “Embracing new recording techniques and processes, we broke songs down to their barest bones and rebuilt them into musical Frankenstein monsters.

From uptempo tracks like Drug, to the ratty snarl of Lucy, we’ve broken out of our own musical molds and built a world of trashy guitars, distorted synths, crushing programmed drums, and a whole lot of fun and noise.”

“The approach to writing was, ‘whatever makes us feel like we’re way outside of our comfort zone.’” added Alex. “We weren’t afraid to push each other and strive to get stranger.”

The tracks Strange Love and Drug are available now if you pre-order the EP from iTunes.

Simple Creatures 2019 tour dates


28 Los Angeles, CA, Belasco Ballroom
29 San Francisco, CA, The Midway
31 Philadelphia, PA, Warehouse On Watts


01 New York, NY, Public Arts
03 London, UK, The Hangar

Tickets go on sale 9am March 15.

Simple Creature are also headlining the Avalanche Stage at Download festival this June. Get your tickets now.

Posted on March 12th 2019, 4:15pm
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