Crawlers Release “Kills Me To Be Kind” Ahead Of Debut Album

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Ahead of their eagerly anticipated debut album release next month, Crawlers have unveiled their latest single, “Kills Me To Be Kind”.

The track has been released via Polydor Records and follows the incredible “Call It Love” and “Would You Come To My Funeral”.

The Merseyside alternative rock quartet have been one of the most hotly tipped bands to come out of the North West in recent years, and February 16th is the date for their landmark debut album, “The Mess We Seem To Make”.

Lead singer, Holly Minto, commented: “Kills Me To Be Kind” is a song for all the people pleasers. The ones ready to settle in a relationship where they felt diminished of their true self and finally breaking out of that moment.

“This album debut comes from us honing our craft, being vulnerable with each other, finding our sound and saying exactly what we wanted to.

“I think that’s a lot of what the Crawlers sound is, being honest with each other about how to get the correct emotions out – trying, failing, and pushing each other to keep playing and writing to the limits.”

‘The Mess We Seem To Make’ delves into challenging topics, such as trauma, politics, and mental health, and it was recorded at Liverpool’s Coastal Studios with trusted producer, Peter Robinson, and engineer, Tom Roach.

The debut album features 12 tracks and will be available on various formats including Deluxe CD, white vinyl, blue splatter vinyl and silver glitter cassette.

You can also catch the band on the following record store dates next month.

6th February Edinburgh – Assai
6th February Glasgow – Assai
7th February Leeds – Vinyl Whistle
8th February Manchester – HMV
10th February Bristol – Rough Trade
11th February Cardiff – HMV
12th February Nottingham – Rough Trade
14th February London – Rough Trade East
15th February Brighton – Resident Record Store

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