Loaded with addictive riffs and evocative lyricism, CRAWLERS latest single Statues is a bold statement that highlights the band’s intricate musical ability, whilst simultaneously providing political commentary on harrowing social realities.
Having recently blown up on social media, Crawlers have had to act quickly to please the demand of their loyal following and Statues is sure to be the track that satisfies their fandoms hunger. The fearless four-piece, made up of Holly Minto (Vocals), Amy Woodall (Guitar), Liv Kettle (Bass) and Harry Breen (Drums), recorded the brash single at the Parr Street Studios with the talented Chris Taylor as the producer (Blossoms, The Mysterines, Everything Everything).
Here at [WAM] we are absolutely over the moon that Crawlers are having so much success, having watched them perform for the first time at Warrington Music Festival in 2019!
The track is accompanied with a visually explosive music video, filmed and edited at Matchbox Studios, and is set to be released on Monday night (22nd March).
Having recently signed a record deal with Modern Sky, Crawlers have entered 2021 with exciting prospects and a promising future. After 2 and a half years of honing their creative chemistry and songwriting abilities, Statues is a true testament to the bands full potential. Commenting on the release, the band state that;
‘Statues is a commentary on the events of BLM, specifically in America and the UK. It explores Injustice in modern society The metaphor of ‘Statues’ refers to the falling of Edward Colsten statue in Bristol.’
Having gone from a social media following of 3,500 to 55,000 in just a matter of weeks, you can be sure to hear a lot more from this courageous quartet of talented misfits.
Here are Crawlers performing at Edge Recording Studio for [WAM] Magazine, watch more here.