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Naarm-based retro pop / garage rock outfit Creature Fear today return with their first release of 2024 – the tongue-in-cheek, introspective new single Sorbet.  Sorbet arrives ahead of the band’s first headline shows in almost two years, and as songwriter and vocalist Cameron Graham reflects, was “composed in a state of self-awareness and frustration.”

“The song paints a picture of an unhealthy relationship with food, using it as a coping mechanism and the complications that surround it,” he continues. “While it was written in a way that’s somewhat ambiguous, Sorbet expresses determination to break free from difficult patterns and persevere through mental health challenges, though at the same time expresses a lot of self doubt.”

Creature Fear emerged from an evolution-driven creative hiatus in late 2023 with their dancefloor-filling indie rock anthem Adulthood. The release saw the band debut a refreshed lineup, with two new members – Louise Gaul (vocals) and Liam Brennan (bass) – joining Cameron Graham (songwriter/vocals), Larni Pearce (drums) and Jason Mercieca (guitar). With more fresh material at the ready and a revitalised sense of enthusiasm, Creature Fear will make their highly anticipated headline return next week at Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar. The local launch will be followed by a stint in NSW next month, with headline shows in Wollongong and Sydney. Tickets are available HERE.



Friday 12th April – Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar, Melbourne, VIC
w/ Ramona Sky & Tig
Friday 17th May – Towradgi Beach Hotel, Wollongong, NSW
w/ The Sweaty Bettys & Tallulah
Friday 18th May – New Brighton Hotel, Sydney, NSW
w/ Chloe Parche & Mt Nadir

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