MP3: Beech Creeps ‘Time be Short’
Zach, Mark and Luke are Beech Creeps, a New York rock ’n’ roll band on the verge of griming up the scene with its sound. The trio recently released “Times be Short,” a banger that nods to garage rock, but shakes hands with gritty punk. The song starts subtle and gradually builds with guitars that swell and swarm. It’s a 5-minute track that can sear off your consciousness, leaving you in a dazed trance or sweat drenched with flying fists in a hardy mosh pit — your call.
“The album captures the glory of the Creepsound– at times sublime, crusty, swirling and headbanging. It’s like Mötörhead kicking Superchunk‘s ass and Soundgarden cheering them on. Or The Melvins eating The Cure. Real rock and roll with juice and bile and sweat and heart,” reads a press release.
The spirited single is on the band’s self-titled debut LP, due on Monofonus Press on March 3. The album was recorded at Secret Project Robot in Brooklyn by Jonathan Schenke, who has worked with PC Worship, Parquet Courts and more.
Listen to the track below and let us know what you think in the comments…