Creatures Of Love

Creatures Of Love
“An Introduction To Creatures Of Love”

We’re sorry to have to break this news to you ladies and gentledudes – it appears we have completely lost our fucking minds. Actually, that’s not really fair; only one of us definitely has. For the past 48 hours we have found it increasingly difficult to perform even the most basic of tasks. These range from going all the way from the dizzying heights of our lofty room/makeshift-office (yeah, right) to the downstairs fridge at any given point in the day – which for those of you equally concerned with going-to-the-fridge-effort, the duration of the journey can take up to as much as 45 seconds, which in bloggerland can be a lifetime – only to remember upon arrival that we aren’t actually hungered in any shape or form, and in fact needed the toilet instead (this task shall be known as “working out what we actually want”); to nearly forgetting that we’re releasing our first record in just over a year this coming Monday, that at some point we will have to deliver stock to respective record stores, and that funnily enough it doesn’t just happen all on it’s larry (this one’s called “remembering stuff”). In-line with our somewhat frazzled state of mind is the debut video from new London-based Creatures Of Love, presenting to the web world the rather appropriately-named An Introduction To Creatures Of Love – the clip itself features the band’s enigmatic logo, best described at this point by yours truly as a “thingy with a heart on top” via various historic characters plus Darthy Vee, and also a shitload of North Korean military personnel parading about and seemingly having a bloody good time doing it as well. Again, as is right and proper, we know very little about this outfit as things stand, other than (1) the singer sounds like a more prophetic and surefire Amy Lee of Evanescence-fame, backed with some acid-trippy keyboard-tinged music; (2) they are releasing a limited-to-66-copies 7″ CD (that’s a big-ass CD); (3) they are playing a single launch at the Servant Jazz Quarters on 21st July; and finally (4) they’re opening for Joy Formidable in October. Watch the below and prepare to lose your own mind.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ce-r4PGLQPw]

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