'Creek have not mucked around getting their name and their music around. Blending heavy blues, psych and alt rock, Creek put it out there with way above average musicianship and plenty of hair and high notes' - AMNplify.
There’s a lot on the cards for Creek followers in 2019! After having wrapped up a rewarding East Coast Aussie tour, the band have breathed life into the cold heart of Winter with the release of the third instalment from their upcoming debut full-length LP, ‘Made Of'. Spacious harmonies and guitar layers vibrate throughout, providing an adequately warm foundation for delivering sentimental sensations of resilience: https://creekrocknroll.bandcamp.com/track/made-of.
The band released ‘The Deep’, in February, coupled with an entrancingly wicked music video directed by filmmakers Sammy Pearson and Jackson Tipping of Cruelty Road Studios.
'Suspense and drama right from the get-go pulls you straight into an Aussie horror flick' - Happy Mag.
'very... interesting (watch until the end)' - Heavy Mag.
'The Deep' [Official Music Video]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fvbDH1IZ4mQ.
The morbidly heavy alt-blues track tells the tale of the “swamp siren” (portrayed brilliantly by Dominik Shields in the video) from an oblivious victim’s perspective, as she lures them through the thick forest for sacrifice to the land.
Due out this Spring, the album is set to have 10 tracks, with material varying from the band's familiar riff-rock grooves to recent psych/prog explorations.
The hairy Creek rad-lords originally ascended from four riverbanks Victoria-wide, merging in Melbourne to share tales of nature, fiction, friction, and the world in which we all exist. With influences spanning across a diverse range of musical styles - alt rock, prog, psych, blues, folk, jazz & 60’s/70’s pop - it’s in the band’s framework to deliver an unforgettable experience, filled with timeless beats, wild rhythms, and captivating guitars.
Creek has given audiences a run for their money on many stages throughout Australia. The boys have been working their way into the festival circuit, making themselves heard at events the likes of Mojo Burning (2019), Queenscliff Music Festival (2017), Folk, Rhythm & Life Festival (2016 & 2018), Echuca-Moama Winter Blues Festival (2019 - 2017). With a sound that can either work with the grain or fight against it in a rock’n’roll context, Creek have a certain adaptability which enables them to fit bills of varying style. In the past, they’ve cranked the amps up to support Aussie icons Shannon Noll and Chocolate Starfish, and have made light of their creativity when supporting alternative acts the likes of 1000Mods. The band have toured state and country-wide; and wherever they’ve been, they’ve never failed to get people on board.
Dylan Breshears - guitar, vocals
Mason Davis - drums, vocals
Matt Ivancic - guitar, slide guitar
Declan Stewart - bass, vocals