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Happy Friday everyone! Here comes a happy message from team Creye!

All the recordings for our second album are finally DONE! We would like to thank Tambourine Studios and engineer Lucas Gullbing in Malmö, where we recorded drums and bass, and Jacob Gustafsson in Hässleholm, who was the engineer for the vocal recordings. The album has now been sent forward to mixing! 

We will work with the amazing producer Dino Medanhodzic, who has worked with Smash Into Pieces, Dismissed, written and produced songs for the Eurovision Song Contest, and more. We are extremely excited about him and we know he will do an amazing job!

We sure have some exciting times ahead of us! We know you’re gonna LOVE our second album, and until we see you out on tour - have a great weekend and take care! 

Mikael Roos

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From facebook: Happy Friday everyone! Here comes a happy message from team Creye! All the recordings for our second album are finally DONE! We would like to thank Tambourine Studios and engi

New single 'Face To Face' out July 22.  

That one's OK.  Was expecting more from the intro but it's certainly not unpleasant.

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Where's Fredrik you might ask? Well, to be honest we don't know either! Any how, we just wanted to tell you guys that the Master for our new album has just been delivered to Frontiers Music srl! To celebrate this and compensate for the lack of Fredrik in this picture, why don't you all post your favourite picture of Fredrik in the comments below!

 

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Great track - Everything you would want from Creye. Not re-inventing the wheel but such a solid young Melodic Rock band. 
New chap on vocals sounding good. 
Looking forward to the album! 

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Great track - Everything you would want from Creye. Not re-inventing the wheel but such a solid young Melodic Rock band. 
New chap on vocals sounding good. 
Looking forward to the album! 

That's very nice. This album might possibly turn out to be the real giant killer haha. Personally, I thought most of the albums from the heavyweights didn't quite live up to expectations this year so am really looking forward to this one. 

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Good tune, vocalist is a nice fit, the one slight knock I had on the last album was the guitars were a bit overshadowed by the keyboards on most tracks, they seem to have a better balance on this first single

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Lyric video for 'Face To Face'.

'Face to Face' was written and produced by Creye and mixed by Dino Medanhodzic (Dotter, Smash Into Pieces), 'Face To Face' showcases a band that, since the release of their self titled debut in 2018, has matured and evolved, and are now ready to enter a new chapter of their career.

Creye was formed in southern Sweden by guitarist and songwriter Andreas Gullstrand in 2015. The band was picked up by Frontiers Music Srl in 2016, shortly after the release of their well received EP ”Straight to the Top”. After the release of their debut, the band introduced August Rauer as their new singer. Creye have since then been busy touring across Sweden and Europe and preparing a new studio album, which will be released in early 2021.

Creye is: August Rauer - Lead Vocals Andreas Gullstrand - Lead Guitar Fredrik Joakimsson - Rhythm Guitar Gustaf Örsta - Bass Joel Selsfors - Keyboards Arvid Filipsson - Drums

 

 

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After the release of their debut, the band introduced August Rauer as their new singer. Creye have since then been busy touring across Sweden and Europe and preparing a new studio album, which will be released in early 2021.

that's a bit disappointing that they don't plan to release the new album until early 2021

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Nice!

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New video for 'Siberia'.

 

 

 

Premiere for the new video right now. Sounds great.

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Face to Face is MUCH better(for me)

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We're extremely proud to announce that we will release Creye II, on January 22, 2021. 
The first single from the album and general pre-orders will be available this Friday, October 23rd. 
At https://www.creyesweden.com/shop
 

Tracklist:
1. Broken Highway
2. Carry On
3. Find A Reason
4. Siberia 
5. Face To Face
6. Can’t Stop What We Started
7. Lost Without You
8. Hold Back The Night
9. Let The World Know
10. Closer
11. The Greatest
12. War Of Love

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