Creep's new single, Animals, features vocals from Holly Miranda and will be released on January 17th, 2012. Their debut full length album is expected to be released next year.
Creep are Lauren Flax and Lauren Dillard, who both hail from Brooklyn. The former is well known internationally for being an acclaimed DJ and producer. This year alone, Creep have collaborated with Nina Sky and The xx's Romy Madley-Croft, on You and debut single Days, respectively.
Their remix of Memory Tapes' Green Knight was released in the summer of 2011. In August of the same year Creep performed at London's Field Day Festival.
Their debut album is expected to feature collaborations with Andrew Wyatt and Planningtorock, among others.
The video for Animals combines the spooky beats Creep are well known for, with eerie looking girls standing with cloudy eyes. Holly Miranda features as one of these blank eyed girls and her location changes from a plain backdrop, to a hill overlooking a city.
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