NEWS: Crawlers invite fans into their 'Loud Without Noise' Live Sessions

NEWS: Crawlers invite fans into their ‘Loud Without Noise’ Live Sessions

 Liverpool’s hottest new rock export Crawlers are on an upwards trajectory, having seen massive chart success last November with the release of their debut mixtape Loud Without Noise, together with a string of sold out headline shows across the UK and the release of their stunning Live Sessions performed at EartH, London.

Crawlers are back, building on their recent streaming success with their stunning Loud Without Noise live audio streams. Watch here:

Having explored young adulthood in their debut offering, the band are returning to give fans further insight into their creative aura with live versions of singles I Can’t Drive (Live) – Blue & Raw Version and Too Soon (Live) – Grainy Version via streaming platforms. Against a backdrop of infectiously grungy instrumentals, frontwoman Holly Minto leads the group in providing fans with an alternate lens through which they can bask in the bands’ unwavering musical mastery.

Their infectious, grungy musical explorations continue to capture the zeitgeist of their generation and beyond, while the bands’ authentic approach to managing their social presence has meant that their knack for injecting their personal tales into universal singalongs has connected on a mass scale. Using their status as a safe space is of vital importance to Crawlers.  They said, “It’s really hard to find a safe space – especially for young people, queer people, and other misrepresented or underrepresented groups – and being able to do that with our platform is something we’re looking forward to exploring and breaking boundaries with.” 

Listen to Loud without Noise ( Live from EartH, London) here:

Crawlers – Loud & With Noise (Live From EartH, London) (

CRAWLERS are Holly Minto (she/they), Amy Woodall (she/her), Liv Kettle (she/they) and Harry Breen (he/him).

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