Hear Creeper cover Neil Young’s ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)’

Hear Creeper cover Neil Young’s ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The
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Hear Creeper cover Neil Young’s ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The
Black)’, Shop Ticket Snatchers

Creeper have
covered a Neil
Young
classic as the latest edition of their ‘Sounds From The
Void’ acoustic cover series.

The band have taken on ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)’,
which inspired
the band’s track ‘Into The Black’
, from their first
EP.

“I’ve been a fan of Neil Young for quite some time,”
Creeper frontman Will Gould said of the new cover. “‘Rust Never
Sleeps’ is one of my favourite records and this song in
particular was the inspiration for the song ‘into the black’
from our first EP.

“There’s something that feels very magical about this modern
day classic, it seemed appropriate with the approach of our new
album to cover something that influenced our beginning.”

Listen to the new cover below:


Creeper recently shared rescheduled 2021 UK tour dates
, behind

second album ‘Sex, Death & The Infinite Void’
, which is
coming out at the end of this month via Roadrunner.


Speaking to NME
about the band’s “aggressive reinvention”
on the new album, frontman Gould said: “We desperately needed a
break. The year before that KOKO show we’d only played huge
gigs.

“We were only playing to masses and masses of people that had
never heard of us before. I love this band with my whole heart, but
it’s hard work introducing it to people over and over again. We
were a victim of the band’s growth.”

Neil Young, meanwhile,
finally released his ‘lost’ 1975 album ‘Homegrown’ last
month,
which NME called “a shimmering diamond well worth
unearthing” in a five-star review.

Young has also been sharing ‘Fireside Sessions’ from home
during lockdown,
covering Bob Dylan in a recent politlcally-charged edition of the
series
.

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Hear Creeper cover Neil Young’s ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The
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Creeper have
covered a Neil
Young classic as the latest edition of their ‘Sounds From The
Void’ acoustic cover series.
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The band have taken on ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)’,
which inspired
the band’s track ‘Into The Black’, from their first
EP.
“I’ve been a fan of Neil Young for quite some time,”
Creeper frontman Will Gould said of the new cover. “‘Rust Never
Sleeps’ is one of my favourite records and this song in
particular was the inspiration for the song ‘into the black’
from our first EP.
“There’s something that feels very magical about this modern
day classic, it seemed appropriate with the approach of our new
album to cover something that influenced our beginning.”
Listen to the new cover below:

Creeper recently shared rescheduled 2021 UK tour dates, behind

second album ‘Sex, Death & The Infinite Void’, which is
coming out at the end of this month via Roadrunner.

Speaking to NME about the band’s “aggressive reinvention”
on the new album, frontman Gould said: “We desperately needed a
break. The year before that KOKO show we’d only played huge
gigs.
“We were only playing to masses and masses of people that had
never heard of us before. I love this band with my whole heart, but
it’s hard work introducing it to people over and over again. We
were a victim of the band’s growth.”

Neil Young, meanwhile,
finally released his ‘lost’ 1975 album ‘Homegrown’ last
month, which NME called “a shimmering diamond well worth
unearthing” in a five-star review.
Young has also been sharing ‘Fireside Sessions’ from home
during lockdown,
covering Bob Dylan in a recent politlcally-charged edition of the
series.
The post
Hear Creeper cover Neil Young’s ‘Hey Hey, My My (Into The
Black)’ appeared first on NME
Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs |
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