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We're absolutely thrilled to tell you guys that Creye has now officially signed a multiple records contract to major label Frontiers Music srl.

 

From Frontiers:

BREAKING NEWS: Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the signing of one of the most exciting AOR newcomers to the scene, CREYE! Hailing from Sweden (of course!), Creye was founded by Grand Slam guitarist Andreas Gullstrand. The band recently released a debut EP which shows enormous potential and immediately sparked interest from Frontiers. With soaring vocals and harmonies and melodies that seem to have been taken straight from the 80’s masterpieces of AOR music, Creye are here to stay and the multi-album deal signed with leading Italian rock label Frontiers Music Srl will help them pursue the goals they are determined and very serious to achieve for their career.

“We were very picky when it came to choosing a suitable label for us,” says Andreas. “The options were many, but at the end of the day we were looking for a label with muscles big enough to help us get to the next level. When the question arose from Frontiers, it immediately felt like this was exactly the kind of
label that we were searching for!”

CREYE debuted in late 2016 with the single "Never Too Late," which caused some stir in the AOR scene with outstanding reviews and immediate talk of the “next big thing” to come out of Sweden. Andreas worked hard to recruit a strong line-up of full-time members as well as continuing to put together new material. In March 2017, the 3 song EP, "Straight To The Top" was released by the band, showing off a much more mature and evolved sound. And finally, in May 2017 vocalist Robin Jidhed (son of ALIEN singer, Jim) joined the band and thereby added the final piece to the puzzle.

This is just the beginning and you can be sure that CREYE will definitely live up to the initial hype!

If you are into bands such as Work of Art, Art Nation, One Desire, and early H.E.A.T, then this band is for you. If you have not yet had the chance to review them, hit the play button below NOW and have a listen to “Never Too Late,” a feel good, breezy uptempo AOR track which can only put a big fat smile on your face:

 

 

CREYE is:

Vocals - Robin Jidhed
Lead Guitar - Andreas Gullstrand
Rythm Guitar - Fredrik Joakimsson
Bass - Gustaf Örsta
Keyboards - Joel Rönning
Drums - Arvid Filipsson

 

www.creyesweden.com

 

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Not difficult to work out that Frontiers would sign them really was it? The EP. was really promising, so looking forward to hearing the full debut

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Need to hear them with the new singer. Alexander's voice suits the type of music them make, hoping the new guy is good.

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I can't wait to hear an album from these guys... but yes, would love to hear the new vocals too.

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NEW SONG & VIDEO ALERT: Frontiers Music Srl is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of the self-titled debut from one of the world's hottest Melodic Rock/AOR newcomers, Creye on October 12, 2018. Today, the first taste of the album has been made available with the release of "Holding On".

Pre-order the album & stream the single, "Holding On" here:http://radi.al/Creye

CREYE was put together by guitarist Andreas Gullstrand in early 2015. After playing in different bands over the years, including Grand Slam, Andreas felt that it was about time to turn it up a notch. His vision was to start a new Swedish pop/rock sensation that would take listeners on a journey back to the glory days of the eighties, both musically and visually. After spending nearly two months experimenting with the sound of the band, Andreas settled on what could best be described as a slick melodic rock sound with a touch of 80's retro in the mix.

CREYE debuted in late 2016 with the single "Never Too Late", which caused a stir in the international AOR scene with outstanding reviews and immediate talk of Creye potentially being the “next big thing” to come out of Sweden. In March 2017, the three song EP, "Straight To The Top" was released, showcasing a more mature and evolved sound. Andreas continued working more and more on the songwriting and crafting of new, more ambitious melodic rockers with thoughts of what would become the band's self-titled debut in mind.

“Both the sound and the writing has matured quite a lot over this past year, and of course we’ve also discovered some new sides to our music as well that might not be present listening to the EP,” says Andreas. "I’m extremely proud of every song on the whole album. If you are a fan of the EP then you will definitely enjoy this since it is by far the best we’ve ever sounded."

While CREYE’s music is clearly influenced by the sound of the 80’s, Andreas is no stranger to more modern production techniques. "I’m personally a 90’s kid, so I guess the 80’s was still pretty relevant in mainstream media and pop culture when I was growing up,” continues Andreas. "But something has always been very appealing to me about the 80’s for as long as I can remember and that is subconsciously expressed through the music I guess. But to sum it up, we’re more just re-introducing the components of a 80’s song to a 2018 production with our own touch to it rather than trying to actually write a 80’s song, plus we have been working hard to write songs that we truly liked, before everything else."

If you are into bands such as Work of Art, Art Nation, One Desire, and early H.E.A.T, then this band is for you! CREYE are more than ready to live up to the initial hype generated by their first single and EP!

The band will appear at MelodicRock Fest - Scandinavia in Malmö on June 2 and at Rockingham Festival 2018 on October 21st with more shows planned and to be announced soon!

 

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Tracklisting:

Holding On
Nothing To Lose
Different State Of Mind
Never Too Late
All We Need Is Faith
Miracle
Christina 
Straight To The Top
Love Will Never Die
Still Believe In You
City Lights
Desperately Lovin’
A Better Way

 

 

 

 

 

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Am I to understand that the cd doesn’t come out until October.....that’s like 6 months!  I’m having flashbacks of the last Wigelius release. 

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On 5/13/2018 at 1:03 AM, Mr.AOR said:

Love it...

Yeah, me too. How is it any different to the awesome stuff they've already done? Kinda sounds questionably similar to some of that (awesome) stuff, but it's great. 

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Pre ordered!  Not until October though?!

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New track sounds good but I prefer Alexander on vocals. I'll compare both versions of Straight To The Top when this album is released.

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