Creeper release video for ‘Black Mass’

Creeper have unveiled the video for their latest single, ‘Black Mass’. The song has also been added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist, which is quite a big deal.

The concept behind the video is a dream that our EP’s cover character named Madeline is experiencing,” explains vocalist Will Gould. “She’s in the middle of an episode of sleep psychosis with the band performing to her in her dream. She awakes to find herself in her bedroom.”

“The song’s lyrics are written from the perspective of the character of The Stranger, the heartbroken monster who is the EP’s namesake,” he continues. “They’re partly inspired by recounts of sleep paralysis, where sufferers describe seeing a ‘black matter’ or ‘black mass’ haunting them in their rooms at night, while they lie paralysed in bed.”

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‘Black Mass’ will appear on ‘The Stranger’ EP, due on the 19th February 2016. Creeper are ready to hit the road next month for a huge run of dates, including in support of Neck Deep.

FEBRUARY 2016
01 BIRMINGHAM Institute*
02 GLASGOW O2 Academy*
04 MANCHESTER Academy*
05 CARDIFF Great Hall*
06 LONDON Forum*
20 WEYMOUTH Finns**
21 NEWPORT Le Pub**
22 WREXHAM Rewind**
23 EDINBURGH Mash House**
24 DUNDEE Beat Generator Live**
25 HUDDERSFIELD The Parish**
26 PETERBOROUGH Met Lounge**
27 COVENTRY Kasbah**

MARCH 2016
01 GUILDFORD The Boileroom**
02 BATH Moles**
03 LONDON Underworld**
04 TUNBRIDGE WELLS Forum**

APRIL 2016
16 SOUTHAMPTON O2 Guildhall^
18 NEWCASTLE University Student Union^
19 LEEDS Beckett University^
20 LIVERPOOL O2 Academy^

*w/ Neck Deep, State Champs and Light Years
** Headline show
^w/ Neck Deep and WSTR

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