Premiere: Listen to Subtitles For XYZ, a soaring new indie anthem from CREO

Premiere: Listen to Subtitles For XYZ, a soaring new indie anthem from CREO

It also just happens to be the title track from their forthcoming EP.

Hot on the heels of big singles Behind The Beat and Give Me Yours, Sydney four-piece CREO have unleashed the title track from their upcoming EP - Subtitles For XYZ, which is due September 8 and will feature all three track in what's shaping up as a big release for the group. With big drums, soaring vocal work and stadium-ready guitars, Subtitles For XYZ isn't mucking around with its ambition. Frontman Jorjee Haman offers some background on the song's meaning:

"We all go through the process where age and experience starts to skew the innocence and purity of our natural habits and emotions. I remember vividly the first time I fell in love or even lust, and it was a simple feeling, it just came over me, I didn’t think about the alternatives and possible scenarios, I just accepted the feeling for what it was. Nowadays, I battle with myself, to avoid certain feelings and thoughts because of past experiences. Subtitles for X, Y, Z is all about getting out of your own head, fucking off agendas and accepting that those innocent quirks you try to hide need to be loved by yourself, first and foremost."

It's stirring stuff, and sets the stage perfectly for a big EP release in September. Until then, enjoy Subtitles For XYZ below:

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