“Crawlers embody what it means to be a young band for the current moment – fluid in style, chronically online and willing to take on difficult subjects in a thoughtful way.” NME Since forming in 2018, CRAWLERS’ Holly Minto, Amy Woodall, Liv May and Harry Breen have come a long way from playing small gigs in their hometown of Merseyside. Having seen massive chart success last November with the release of their debut mixtape “Loud Without Noise”, in tandem with a string of sold out headline shows across the UK in the same month, Liverpool’s hottest new rock export have proven themselves to be on a trajectory to conquer both the live and streaming spaces respectively in 2023.
Aside from their incredibly infectious grungy musical explorations that continue to capture the zeitgeist of their generation and beyond, the bands’ authentic approach to managing their social presence has meant that their knack for injecting their personal tales into universal singalongs has connected on a mass scale. Using their status is of vital importance to what CRAWLERS are about. “It’s really hard to find a safe space – especially for young people, queer people, and other misrepresented or underrepresented groups – and being able to do that with our platform is something we’re looking forward to exploring and breaking boundaries with,” they say.