IN FOCUS// CRAWLERS @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast

IN FOCUS// CRAWLERS @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast 1
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Liverpool-based four-piece CRAWLERS played the final show of their sold-out debut tour at The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast. Bernie Mc Allister was there to take these fantastic shots.

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Since their inception, CRAWLERS have been putting the work in, gigging across Merseyside, working on their songwriting and steadily building an impressive following on social media.

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Their debut EP - released through Modern Sky/Lab Records in October – has clocked up over 30 million combined streams and their first UK tour in March/April has completely sold out, with the quartet playing to over 1,000 fans in their hometown alone. With the release of ‘I Can’t Drive’ CRAWLERS are firmly on the path to becoming one of Britain’s most vital acts. The band recently signed to Interscope Records and head Stateside in June for a tour of North America.

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
© Bernie McAllister

 

Crawlers @ The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast
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The latest single ‘I Can’t Drive’ is, the band say, about “the romanticism of mental illness and heartbreak and how the media portrays it compared to the raw reality”. Singer Holly Minto elaborates, “This situation is about how me and my sibling went through breakups of toxic relationships. My mum secured that we didn’t need anyone else by filing for divorce from my dad and we all went through it together.”

‘I Can’t Drive’ is another example of CRAWLERS bold, probing songwriting and showcases Holly’s distinctive, powerful voice. Alongside Holly on vocals & trumpet, CRAWLERS comprise Amy Woodall (lead guitar), Liv Kettle (bass guitar) and Harry Breen (drums).

Watch the video for CRAWLERS new single 'I Can't Drive' - BELOW:

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