Creature Fear – Big Summer Eyes

Following a series of separate tracks, Creature Fear are preparing the release of their debut EP. Big Summer Eyes is the new single off it. The band is renowned for their mental live shows, a glimpse of which can be heard in the song’s last minute. Until then, this is a surprisingly intimate, vulnerable track of the Melbourne four-piece.

In a press statement, the band say about the song: “It’s about the loss of having someone torn away from you, but with a glimpse of hope for better days. Though everyone in the band has their own interpretation which is really special.”

Big Summer Eyes opens with slow, acoustic strumming, where I hear some echoes of Angus & Julia Stone’s Big Jet Plane. Next up are singer Jacqui Lumsden’s haunting vocals, but only after 1’20 soft drums join in. It takes yet another minute before the full band puts the pedal to the metal. This rips the song open, but it doesn’t last long. The single ends as quiet as it started. An impressive build-up though, that will go down well with live audiences. Looking forward to being part of that experience!

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