CREEPING JEAN – NEW SINGLE “Don’t Touch Tomorrow ” – OUT NOW!

Creeping Jean

‘Don’t Touch Tomorrow’

“Great stuff expected from them this year” – Amy Lame – BBC Radio 6 Music

“Creeping Jean’s performance chops are right on point” – Clash

“Swagger, cool and hypnotic glam rock hooks aplenty ” – Gigslutz

“What a banger of a record” – Gordon Smart – Radio X

Putting a modern twist on the vintage 60s & 70s sound, Creeping Jean are a Brighton six piece offering up huge Indie-Rock tunes to cut through the haze. Having picked up ongoing support from BBC Radio 6 Music, Radio X, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Introducing among others, the band are now back with the new single ahead of their upcoming debut album. Hard-hitting drums open up ‘Don’t touch tomorrow’ and Creeping Jean quickly build on that momentum with a wall of biting guitars, and a spacey sounding organ. Olly’s incisive vocal take demonstrates his effort[1]less ability to bring a relaxed cool vocal style “Why can’t you sit on your hands? Sit on your hands man.” pointing out from the start that people don’t have patience these days; it’s just next thing, next thing. “This is a track on how we feel in these times, those people listening to new music are impatient and if it’s not up to their doing in 10/15 seconds they turn it off. What happened to letting records breathe?”

Speaking about the new single, Lead singer Olly said: “This is a track that shows how we can sit on hard hitting riffs but then it can switch to a three part harmony. We really feel this is the creeping jean sound and it’s different to what’s out there currently” Bringing together influences such as The Beatles and The Doors, this single truly captures the tight yet electrifying and explosive nature of their live shows, showcasing them as one of the UK’s most exciting up and coming Indie Rock outfits. “This single came from lockdown, I was playing about with fuzzy tones, it’s a real stomper. The lyrics fell after this lazy Lennon style vocal took over and then as the song progresses a Morrison monster emerges in the middle 8, this always goes down well live, we love it.”

Having sold over 7 thousand pairs of converse to fund their album via their Brighton based shop ‘Waiste Vintage’ and at Car-boot sales, Creeping Jean are a homegrown band with a stadium sound thundering their way towards success in 2022. With previous appearances at festivals including Isle Of White, The Great Escape and Truck Festival, Rave reviews from the likes of Gigslutz and a previous tour with Temples under their belt.

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