Creux Lies: Made

After the admired and impeccably well done debut that was last year's, The Hearth, Sacramento post punk act, Creux Lies, return with an enticing new wave winner, their new single, Made.

If not for its sharp blend of gothic rock, post punk and new wave, the song surely has got what it takes to win one over through its incredible concept.

"The Mafia allure (especially through cinema) on my childhood crept its way into my headspace during the production of this one," says the band's frontman, Ean Clevenger. "This song reflected and felt like its own scene outside of The Hearth, so we held on to it for later. Nonetheless, Made lives in the nexus point of the prevailing political landscape and my psychic scream. It identifies itself through the term for a certain kind of new criminal culture I would like to see. Something like mythology akin to Yorkshire's hood - this song is a gesture to the rabble-rousers who are ready to party harder than the new Hobbian leviathans breaching here in the west. No more tilting at windmills, let's get down."

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