‘Norwich is one of my favourite cities’ - Creepy Neighbour are set to play Norwich Arts Centre
- Credit: Courtesy of Max Taylor
Creepy Neighbour are coming to Norwich next week to support Birds of Hell at Norwich Arts Centre on February 10 along with Ellie Bleach, Gladboy and Happy Coloured Marbles.
Max Taylor, founder of Creepy Neighbour, found fame playing bass with Groove Armada, Roots Manuva and touring with the likes of Lily Allen, Tom Wek, Sam Ryan and most recently Mika.
The band's unique, clean indie sound is already making waves in London and Milan and their Norwich gig will see them launch their new single 'A Really Bad Person'.
'I'm really excited,' explains lead singer Max.
'Norwich is one of my favourite cities, with its rich musical history and diverse culture and amazing bands, it's great! And the Arts Centre is a fantastic venue!'
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'We're based in Brighton most of the time so it always feels like coming home when we play in Norwich'.
Alongside the single release, Creepy Neighbour will also be launching their new clothing brand Creepy Couture.
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'We're just having fun with it,' said Max. 'We've got thousands of people wearing caps now on Instagram, it's crazy! People were asking us for more stuff so we started making more'.
Tickets to the show in Norwich are available for £6 advance from the Norwich Arts Centre website.