Southampton goth-punks Creeper stopped off at the Boileroom as part of their first ever headline tour on Tuesday night (March 1).
They brought with them a whiff of nostalgia mixed with energetic riffs and catchy emotional songs which was lapped up by the crowd.
As soon as lead singer Will Gould leapt on stage to grab the mic with his quickly-becoming iconic long jet black hair, adorning jeers and whoops came from the pit of fans in front of the barrier, and rarely died down throughout the set.
This is a band which although relatively new to the scene have quickly picked up a dedicated fanbase, with the audience signing along to pretty much every word, even from the latest EP, The Stranger, released last month.
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