Crawlers Releases New Song “Kills Me To Be Kind”
Liverpool-based alt-rock band Crawlers, consisting of Harry Breen (drums), Liv Kettle (bass), Holly Minto (vocals/guitar) and Amy Woodall (guitar), will release their debut album “The Mess We Seem To Make” on February 16, 2024.
The album comprises a 12-track, produced by Pete Robertson.
The band lead singer Holly Minto said of the album, “This album debut comes from us honing our craft, being vulnerable with each other, finding our sound and saying exactly what we wanted to. I think that's a lot of what the Crawlers sound is, being honest with each other about how to get the correct emotions out – trying, failing, and pushing each other to keep playing and writing to the limits.”
From the album, the band has released a new song “Kills Me To Be Kind”.
The track was written by Jennifer Decilveo, Amy Woodall, Harry Breen, Holly Minto, and Olivia Kettle.
Holly Minto said of the song, “A song for all the people pleasers.The ones ready to settle in a relationship where they felt diminished of their true self and finally breaking out of that moment.”
- The band said of the album, “When we started this band six years ago in a shed in the north of England, we said our goal was to be a band who create albums with all our hearts involved. we have been creating this world for three years now with our best friend and producer Pete Robertson, and never expected to be able to have the platform to share these feelings, thoughts, relationships and politics with the most wonderful community.”
They continued, “The world of crawlers' as you know it has only been a dip in the surface of what is to come. many tears, hugs and traveling; going from a band skipping train fare to make it to practice, to flying around the world to perform to people who share the love of music created by four friends brought together by hurt.”
They added, “It is 'the mess we seem to make'. our proudest work. a massive thank you to our friends and family, touring crew, label and management and most of all, you.”
Photo by Jess Meade
- source : Apple Music