‘Fall, Death, Decay’ coming next month
Creeper guitarist Ian Miles has announced his debut solo album ‘Degradation, Death, Decay’ – check out the first single, ‘Trust Blue’, below.
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The record was originally written and recorded in 2018, but, as Miles explained, “I really took so much into building the confidence to get it out there and mentally prepare myself for the prospect of playing the show.” Took time”.
He said that when he was recording the album, he “had to wait until my wife left the house because I was worried about singing when she was around”.
“I’ve never really looked at it as a solo project because I’ve been writing and recording acoustic music since I was about 15. I played with Low Key before I started Creeper and even more. That released some really old songs,” Miles continued. “I don’t want to be the focus of this record, it’s not about me so I decided to hide me. I want people to focus solely on the art.”
‘Degradation, Death, Decay’ isn’t even a one-time release. “It’s like a dam that’s broken,” Miles said. “You can’t stop it. It only gets bigger and I’m very excited about what’s to come.”
creeper bandmate Will Gold took to Twitter To say “this album hit me the first time I heard it, I don’t need to tell you but Ian is a fantastic songwriter and you are going to love this record”
Miles isn’t the only Creeper member to start a new project. Last year, Gold unveiled Salem, a punk rock group that make “scary, silly, romantic punk rock songs”.
At the time, Gould promised that “the creeper is not going anywhere”, and he confirmed that message. Granthshala Earlier this year at the Download Festival. The band is “always working and there are some exciting things happening,” he said.