Creature Creature by Luke Bateman
Creature Creature by Luke Bateman
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“YOUNGSTARS!” – CREATURE CREATURE’s new single supports youth fighting for change

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Brighton’s own CREATURE CREATURE are dropping their new single “YOUNGSTARS!” today, offering a fresh take on alt-rock and meodic punk rock. This track, the latest ahead of their upcoming EP “The Noise,” brings an upbeat, anthemic vibe that fans of The Get Up Kids and Dashboard Confessional will surely appreciate.

Following the footsteps of their previous work, which saw collaboration with Billy Lunn of The Subways, “YOUNGSTARS!” continues to showcase the band’s knack for blending energetic punk with thoughtful lyrics.

CREATURE CREATURE, consisting of Scully on vocals, Zeus on guitar, Seb Cole on keyboard, Dave Cobley on bass, and Matt Hill on drums, has carved a niche in Brighton’s music scene with their dynamic sound and engaging live performances. Despite the challenges brought by the pandemic, the band has pushed forward, utilizing the time for creative introspection and gearing up for a significant return with “The Noise” EP, produced by Tommy Gleeson and featuring a collaborative effort with Billy Lunn.

The band’s music draws from a wide array of influences, from Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes to Royal Blood, crafting a sound that’s both modern and reminiscent of punk rock’s golden era. Their love for cinema also shines through in their work, adding depth to their songs and performances.

Creature Creature by Lee London
Creature Creature by Lee London

With “YOUNGSTARS!,” CREATURE CREATURE aims to shed light on the often overlooked positive aspects of youth and rebellion.

“There’s so much negativity surrounding the youth of today—everything from their attitude to their behaviour gets shunted into the spotlight.” – says the band’s vocalist and lyricist Scully.

“The good hearts and those that push for a better future often get lost in the mix. Rebellion isn’t a negative, it’s people fighting for what they believe in. YOUNGSTARS! encapsulates that. We wanted to highlight the struggles many kids face whilst also bolstering support for them. The world doesn’t change by laying down and being walked all over—dance on the dented roofs of cop cars and make yourself heard!”


Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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