As they prepare to unleash their third full-length album Sanguivore on October 13th, flamboyant goth-punks Creeper embrace a darker side of black with their new single “Black Heaven”.
“Black Heaven” sees the band continue to develop the sound which turned their Sex, Death & The Infinite Void album into a Top Five hit. Challening the sinister side of electro-pop and the darkwave scene of the early ‘80s, the band also tap into vocal inspiration from Nick Cave’s collaboration with the McGarrigle Sisters on the Bad Seeds’ track “Hallelujah”.
Check out the track here:
Frontman William Von Ghould says:
“This song allows us to show a new side to the band and sees us experimenting with electronic elements properly for the first time. Taking influence from Depeche Mode and New Order, we try to push the boundaries of our sound out further than they’ve been before.”
Following the release of the album, the band head out on the ‘Sacred Blasphemy’ Tour.
10/15 – London, Lafayette (matinee show, JUST ADDED)
10/15 – London, Lafayette (evening show, SOLD OUT)
11/05 – Bristol, O2 Academy
11/06 – Glasgow, Clyde Room
11/08 – Nottingham, Rock City
11/09 – Manchester, Academy
11/10 – London, 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Creeper release Sanguivore on October 13th and you can pre-order your copy here.