Stadium Sized Sounds With Creo's Latest Single Subtitles, X, Y, Z
CREO are the best stadium rock band still playing 200 capacity venues in the country. With a sound that lands somewhere between Bruce Springsteen, Arcade Fire and Gang of Youths there is an epicness to everything about CREO that beckons to break onto bigger stages. Title track from upcoming EP Subtitles For X, Y, Z drops today and is screaming for those stadium stages.
Having been a mainstay on Australian stages since their inception in 2012 things finally feel to be coming full circle for CREO. Airplay on major Australian radio stations, nation sweeping tours with everyone from Minus the Bear to Bad//Dreams and two hugely successful singles already released in 2017. The announcement of their latest EP Subtitles For X, Y, Z comes at a time of maturity in every sense of the word, as this incredibly promising band blooms into their potential.
A slow drive of intricacies that explodes into something glorious, chaotic and crushingly forward. Subtitles For X, Y, Z hits its stride early and captures the listener in a beautiful web of punching guitars and deep diving drums. It’s impressive in scope, execution and pure replayability.
If this is a taste of what’s to come, dinner is going to put your mother’s Sunday roast to shame.
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