Liverpool quartet CRAWLERS return to their grunge sensibilities with new single ‘Messiah’ out today.
Listen to “Messiah” here.
“Messiah” follows the latest single “That Time Of Year Always”, which marked the beginning of a new era for CRAWLERS. To the tune of a driving guitar and a dynamic, textured production that recalls Linkin Park’s “Meteora” days, Holly Mint candidly describes what it feels like to “use grief to create art.” speaks to
‘Messiah’ arrives as the band gears up for a busy summer of gigs, this week with an intimate headline show at London’s O’Meara (June 8) and Yungblud’s Eden Project show. (June 10th) large-scale support slot, and their live activities continue. Debut performances at this year’s Download Festival and Glastonbury Festival.
Since its formation in 2018, crawlers Amy Woodall, Holly Mint, Liv May and Harry Breen have come a long way since their small gig in their hometown of Merseyside. Liverpool’s most The hot new rock export proved itself to be on top. The trajectory of conquering both the live and streaming spaces respectively in 2023.
Aside from their incredibly infectious grungy musical explorations, they continue to capture the zeitgeist of their generation and beyond. The band’s full-blown approach to managing a social presence meant combining their knack for infusing universal singalongs with their own personal stories on a mass scale.
Supporting My Chemical Romance’s tour last May, appearing on Radio 1’s Big Weekender, embarking on a sold-out headline tour in North America in June, followed by a sold-out tour last November. After starting their EU/UK headline tour, crawler are one of the UK’s hottest live bands in 2023.