Creeper share new song “Poisoned Heart”

English punk rockers Creeper have posted a new single being called “Poisoned Heart,” which appears on the act’s second album ‘Sex, Death & The Infinite Void’ which drops on July 31st on Roadrunner Records (pre-order).

A press release announcing the track states:

As demonstrated by the eclectic nature of their recent singles, CREEPER deliver a fresh and unexpected twist on their sound with “Poisoned Heart’.” Will Gould’s blackened baritone initially echoes the dark romanticism of Nick Cave, before the song’s power-pop hook takes flight. Lyrically it fits perfectly into the band’s new narrative, with a declaration of love from lead character Roe to the already-betrothed Annabelle.

Gould adds:

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.

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