Following the release of their explosive debut mixtape “Loud Without Noise”, and their visually stunning “Loud & With Noise” Live Sessions, Crawlers are signalling a new musical chapter with the release of their reminiscent new single “That Time Of Year Always” via Polydor. To the tune of a driving guitar line and crashing drums, across the track lead singer Holly Minto adopts reminiscent lyricism to tell a story of love and loss in blissful hindsight.
‘That Time of Year Always’ listen here.
On the inspirations behind the new offering Minto shares, “That Time Of Year Always encompasses the feeling of envying your younger self before the trauma hits in your early 20’s. It’s about missing the ignorance that you had in your childhood; that reflection process which usually happens for me during the winter seasons. Being older, you realise that despite thinking these thoughts stem from seasonal depression, it’s normal to feel that longing for your youth all year round, and to constantly have your younger self in mind when reminiscing about what once was”. Thus, Crawlers have timed the release of the new single to align with the start of spring. Further elaborating on the sentiment behind the song, whilst creating an atmosphere around the release that invites their audience to experience a snapshot into their world, told from their own perspective.
After supporting My Chemical Romance on tour last May, performing at Radio 1’s Big Weekender, embarking on a sold-out headline tour in North America last June, and their own sold-out EU/UK headlining tour last November, CRAWLERS are one of the most hotly-tipped live bands in the UK for 2023. Furthermore, the release of their debut mixtape ‘Loud Without Noise’ cemented their global status and contributed to the band achieving the massive milestone of 80+million streams on all catalogue to date across DSP’s. Bolstering the buzz around the mixtape, single “Too Soon” was plucked as Clara Amfo’s Hottest Record in tandem with heavy support across Radio 1 during release week, with their subsequent appearance on Radio 1’s Maida Vale Sessions with Jack Saunders cementing them as a national mainstay. Following their whirlwind rise and all their recent successes, it’s doubtless to say that CRAWLERS are headed for the big leagues.