Indian Handcrafts premiere new track from forthcoming album Creeps
“Sits right in the pocket of great melody and ripping guitar thunder, and feels perfect for your next beer-drinking, whiskey-swilling mixtape.” — Noisey
Stereogum said of ‘The Divider’, “The track starts with a pummeling Homme-ian riff and a melody lifted straight from Iron Maiden’s classic ‘The Trooper’, but its super-catchy chorus elevates it someplace else entirely … and then, when it shifts to an expansive psych/space-rock section, it just about abandons the template altogether.”
Noisey recently premiered the first single from the album, “It’s Late Queeny” HERE.
“It’s anthemic at times,” Allen says. “Hopefully listener friendly. It’s kind of a mixed bag.”
For Creeps the band once again teamed up with previous album engineer Toshi Kasai(Melvins, Tool), surreptitiously sneaking away from their Barrie, Ontario home for 10 days’ recording at Kasai’s new Sun Valley, CA studio Sound of Sirens. There the pair focused intently on distilling their ideas down to a 9-song, 44-minute can of whip ass labelled simply, Creeps.
Creeps will be available everywhere on LP, CD and download on October 2nd, 2015 viaSargent House.