One of the most fastest growing bands in the UK and building a rep on today’s pop rock scene, is about to release their debut mixtape. Loud Without Noise is the title of the quartet six-tracks record.
Loud Without Noise
The CRAWLERS, Holly Minto on vocals and trumpet, Amy Woodall on lead guitar, Liv Kettle on bass guitar and Harry Breen on drums, just announced the release of their debut mixtape, Loud Without Noise. In October 2021, the CRAWLERS released their first self-titled debut EP. The album includes the band’s most successful song, “Come Over (Again).” After the previous success, the British quartet is ready to release their debut mixtape.
The record will include six tracks. Previously released singles “I Can’t Drive” and “Fuck Me (I Didn’t Know How To Say)” will be present in the mixtape. Moreover, the latest release “I Don’t Want It” will be included as well. Three new tracks will be in the record as well. “Feminist Radical Hypocritical Delusional,” “Too Soon” and “Hang Me Like Jesus” are the titles of the unreleased songs.
UK and Europe tour and Apple Music collaboration
2022 marked an incredible year for the Liverpool, UK-based group. In fact, before the release of the album, this year welcomed the band’s first UK tour.
With hits like “Come Over (Again),” that just reached 36 million listeners on Spotify, it was not a surprise when the dates went all sold out. The group even brought over 100,000 fans in Liverpool, their hometown. Soon after, the band started touring Europe as well.
Moreover, the band recently worked with Apple Music. The CRAWLERS were chosen for the platform’s next artist for the Up Next program. Up Next is Apple Music’s monthly artist initiative aiming to identifying, presenting and promoting rising talent. The band commented the initiative: “WE ARE THRILLED TO TELL U WE HAVE BEEN CHOSEN BY Apple Music for their next artist!!” The CRAWLERS announced that they will prepared a “stripped back version of our song “I Can’t Drive” and “an intimate cover of one of our favourite songs “When You Were Young” by The Killers.”