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From Wednesday 24 May 2017

BarCreeps premiere new EP, ‘Battle Axe’

BarCreeps are exclusively streaming their upcoming second EP, ‘Battle Axe’, at Dying Scene. The London melodic punks will be releasing the record this Friday 26th May via Disconnect Disconnect Records. The band will also be playing the following shows this summer. MAY 26 LONDON The Purple Turtle JUNE 02 LEICESTER The Shed 03 SHEERNESS

Tuesday 16 May 2017

BarCreeps announce new EP, ‘Battle Axe’

London melodic punks BarCreeps have announced the release of their upcoming new EP, ‘Battle Axe’. Following their self-titled debut EP that was released earlier this year, this new batch of songs will be available on the 26th May via Disconnect Disconnect Records.

Monday 23 January 2017

BarCreeps are puzzled by a friend’s decisions in new single, ‘Joey Smokes’

London punks BarCreeps are exclusively streaming their new single, ‘Joey Smokes’, exclusively with us at Punktastic. The band, whose style is a mix of indie rock charm and nineties punk hooks, had the following to say about the track: “‘Joey Smokes’ was written about a friend who decided to start smoking

Friday 30 September 2016

BarCreeps challenge racism in their video for ‘Calico’

Self-described as an “international skatepunk band”, BarCreeps’s latest video for new track ‘Calico’ tackles western perceptions of immigration, not least its portrayal on national media. “We are from, and have families in or have grown up in; Hong Kong, Italy, Sweden, Germany and the UK respectively,” they explain. “We’re four

Sunday 25 September 2016

BarCreeps premiere new single, ‘Calico’

London punks BarCreeps have premiered their new song ‘Calico’ over at New Noise Magazine. The track is available for pay what you want download at the Little Rocket Records bandcamp. It is due for a physical release on the 30th September, which will also include the previously released

Tuesday 12 April 2016

Meet BarCreeps through new track, ‘The Hour Between Dog And Wolf’

We may have used “meet” in the loosest sense in the title of this article, as London based quartet BarCreeps remain entirely mysterious. Opting never to show their faces in promotional material in favour of the pictured generic bar creep (get it?), the outfit have only revealed their musical