They walk amongst us and in plain sight. Not all heroes sling guitars with sweat-drenched dyed hair, yet Crawlers do exactly that as they commit wholeheartedly to the fight against musical tedium, creeping into society barely seen if only to save it. The fearless four-piece from Liverpool have caught fire, with the flames fed by the oxygen of heavy riffage. The abandon of youth and a sense of conviction that, if the world can be changed, then it’s the outsiders who will cross that finish line first.
Rocket-fuelled lead singer, Holy Minto steps from the pages of aural comic book Crawlers illustrate with every three-minute riot, describing the alternative in vocals sweeping from caustic to honey sweet and breathless blasts of trumpet. With heavy boots and heavily painted eyelids, Minto is backed up by an undefeatable army of three more, powered-up misfits in the shape of Amy Woodall on guitar, and Liv Kettle on bass. Despite only having three releases as of late, the young band have had BBC Introducing, Radio X and BBC Radio 6 play as well as being placed on two official Spotify editorial playlists.