After having just wrapped up a highly rewarding Aussie east coast tour that saw them travel up to Brisbane’s Mojo Burning Festival 2019, Melbourne alt blues-rockers Creek are set to drop She Sees Red – the follow up single from their upcoming debut full-length album!
Chaotic guitar lines throughout the track, and a tense subject matter, help to depict how some people have a tendency to see the world through a tainted lens.
The band released The Deep, the first single off their upcoming debut LP in February, coupled with an entrancingly wicked music video directed by filmmakers Sammy Pearson and Jackson Tipping of Cruelty Road Studios. This morbidly heavy blues tune follows the alluring ‘Swamp Siren’ (Dominik Shields) as she lures her victim through the forest to his grave. She Sees Red lends itself well to the ‘Swamp Siren’ tale, to the extent where it may be interpreted as a prequel to the tune, illustrating how inner-tension and conflict can birth a ‘monster’.
Infusing the sounds of 1960’s/70’s blues-rock, psych, and soul with more recent progressive/alternative styles, it’s in the band’s framework to hit you with a refreshing dose of rhythm you can get up and into, and leave you feeling satisfied with a captivating performance experience you just won’t forget.
With a sound that can either work with the grain or fight against it in the world of rock music, Creek have a certain adaptability which enables them to fit bills of varying style. In the past, they’ve cranked the amps up to support Aussie icons Shannon Noll and Chocolate Starfish, and have made light of their more creative side when supporting alternative acts the likes of 1000Mods.
Catch them live at the Rainbow Hotel, Fitzroy on Saturday 1 June.
And keep up to date with everything Creek with the following links:
Website – https://creekrockband.com/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/creekbandpage/
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/creekrocknroll