‘Misery’ business: Creeper share ‘Misery’ video

Creeper share ‘Misery’ video

It’s the last in a trilogy of videos from ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’.

Fresh from releasing their debut album ‘Eternity, In Your Arms’ last Friday (24th March), Creeper have shared the last in a trilogy of music videos taken from the record.

The latest clip is for ‘Misery’, a track carried over from last year’s EP ‘The Stranger’, and is as suitably dramatic as we’ve come to love the Southampton goths for.

It sees the album’s protagonist James Scythe wandering around the city, with some shots of frontman Will Gould pounding his chest in a car park, for good measure.

Creeper are set to play their biggest headline show to date tonight, at London’s Electric Ballroom. It falls towards the end of the tour for the record, with shows in Southampton, Birmingham and Cardiff left in the UK, before the band hit mainland Europe.

View the dates and watch the video for ‘Misery’ below.

MARCH

30 London, Electric Ballroom
31 Southampton,1865

APRIL

01 Birmingham, Institute 2
02 Cardiff, Tramshed
04 Germany, Hamburg, Hafenklang
05 Denmark, Copenhagen, Lille VEGA
06 Norway, Oslo, Krøsset
07 Sweden, Stockholm, Klubben
09 Germany, Cologne, MTC
10 Germany, Munich, Strom
11 Austria, Vienna, Arena
12 Germany, Berlin, Cassiopeia
14 France, Paris, Backstage By The Mill
15 Netherlands, Amsterdam, Melkweg Oude Zaal

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