Crawlers have announced an exclusive acoustic gig at Liverpool Everyman Theatre this September.
The exclusive intimate gig, ‘A Billion Times I Love You‘ will take place on Friday 30th September at the Everyman, with tickets priced at £16.00 per person.
The band, part of the creative team behind this new queer love story, said:
“We’re thrilled to perform in this intimate setting, we’ve never done anything like this before. We’ve been working on the soundtrack which has been a great experience but to play after the wonderful actors, director and theatre staff have performed is going to be special. Thanks for having us, we’ll see you there.”
A Billion Times I Love You, written by Patrick Maguire and directed by Jessica Meade, Love You is a rollercoaster ride through the backchat and bust-ups, kisses and cleaning products that underscore one couple’s hunt for queer romantic bliss. It runs at the Everyman from Tuesday 27 September to Saturday 8 October and features unreleased music from Crawlers.
Liverpool based four-piece Crawlers, one of the UK’s most exciting new rock bands set to release of their new mixtape “Loud Without Noise” on the 28 October via Polydor Records. The record provides a snapshot of what it means to traverse one’s own boundaries for the aim of gaining autonomy over your body, your sexuality and your emotions.
Breaking onto the scene with their viral hit ‘Come Over (again)’ last year, which has clocked up over 35 million streams on Spotify, the band have created a safe space for young, queer and underrepresented people connecting fans on a mass scale.
Crawlers continue to make waves having recently sold-out tour dates across the UK & US, supported My Chemical Romance and made their Reading and Leeds Festival debut this summer. Crawlers have also seen solid support from BBC Radio 1 Clara Amfo & Jack Saunders and rave reviews from NME, Kerrang!, Clash, DIY and The Sunday Times Culture.
A Billion Times I Love You (supported by Homotopia, the longest-running LGBTQIA arts festival in the UK) is a brilliant original play about finding new ways to say, ‘I love you’, when it feels like your soulmate’s stopped listening. For more information visit www.everymanplayhouse.com