It’s been almost a week since Creeper have released their debut record „Eternity, In Your Arms“ via Roadrunner Records. (We actually wrote a full length review of the album, so feel free to have a look at that right HERE).
The album features a lot of amazing tracks including “Misery”, a common favorite of both the fans and the band, which originated from one of the band’s earlier EPs called “The Stranger”. As vocalist Will Gould explained, the main reason behind the decision to rerecord it and put it onto the album is that “Misery” is a very important track which they want to keep on the radar for as long as possible. By putting it onto the album, the song is likely to reach a wider audience and will safely remain on the setlist for the band’s future live shows – a fact that we definitely appreciate, considering it is an awesome song.
At a fairly slow pace, “Misery” comes along with a music video that wraps up the trilogy started by “Hiding with Boys” and “Black Rain” and we certainly understand why band and fans alike love the song so much.
And who knows, you might, too! Go ahead and find it out for yourself by giving “Misery” a listen below!
Written by Theresa Theuerkauf
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