British female duo 2:54 have a lot of buzz around them right now as the May 28th release of their debut self-titled album on Fat Possum looms near. Their single “You’re Early” is getting plenty of chatter on blogs and plenty of play time on indie radio stations, and if that song is popular then we have no doubt that this new cut, “Creeping,” can be just as big.
“Creeping” has been floating around the internet in demo form for about a year and it was already a great song, but the final cut is an absolute killer. Check it out below, as well as some tour dates, and if you like it enough then make sure to pick up the 7″ single which will be released on June 18th.
6/9 Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory !
6/10 Washington, DC – Rocknroll Hotel !
6/11 New York, NY – Mercury Lounge !
6/13 Boston, MA – TT The Bears !
6/14 Montreal, QUE – Divan Orange !
6/15 Toronto, ONT – NXNE/Lee’s Palace !
6/17 Chicago, IL – Empty Bottle !
6/18 Minneapolis, MN – Triple Rock !
6/21 Seattle, WA – The Crocodile !
6/22 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge !
6/23 Vancouver, BC – Biltmore !
6/25 San Francisco, CA – Independent !
6/26 Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour !
6/27 San Diego, CA – Casbah !
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