Belgian Underground-Rock Trio TEEN CREEPS Are SEEING SHAPES With New Single

This new slice of alt-rock, like most of Teen Creeps material, is heavily influenced by early 90s American underground rock bands like Sonic Youth, Superchunk and Dinosaur Jr.
13 October 2020

By VD


Ghent based underground rock trio Teen Creeps have released one of their most-catchiest songs to date with the fuzzily infectious Seeing Shapes.

This new slice of alt-rock, like most of Teen Creeps material, is heavily influenced by early 90s American underground rock bands like Sonic Youth, Superchunk and Dinosaur Jr. From the outset, Seeing Shapes is a fast paced, youthful intricate post-rock earworm that will sit well next to the best songs from the aforementioned influences.

In the accompanying video we see the trio getting ready for a show: rehearsing, checking the sound and finally playing said live show. It was filmed before the covid-pandemic hit. That makes it an unintentional testament of the importance of live music. Something we can hopefully return to sooner rather than later.

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