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Creeper Share "Black Heaven" Visualizer

Updated: Mar 18

From goth to punk to a new darker theme from their new single, "Black Heaven," Creeper never fails when expanding the scope of their music. The visualizer is a stunning audio-visual experience that trascends the conventional boundaries of music videos and album art. It is a meticulously crafted visual journey that unfolds seamlessly along the album's music. The visual features a dark, surreal, dreamlike landscape that mirrors the album's themes of love, death, and existential contemplation. Its hauntingly beautiful imagery invites viewers to immerse themselves in a world that is both captivating and thought provoking.



Creeper is composed of vocalists Will Ghould and Hannah Greenwood, guitarist Ian Miles, bassist Sean Scott, and percussionist Jake Fogarty. The band was formed in 2014 in Southampton, England.


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."


Creeper recently announced a London show under their alter ego, the Ghost Brigade, which instantly sold out. The band will launch their "Sacred Blasphemy" which will end with a much larger second performance in London at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, which is also ready to sell out.


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