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November 2018

Creeper are being all mysterious again

Changing lyrics to songs, it seems the band are always up to something.
Published: 9:58 pm, January 11, 2017
Creeper are being all mysterious again
With 'Eternity, In Your Arms' now with a release date and two singles under out belts and in our ears, we thought it'd be pretty straight forward following Creeper now.


Not for the first time, we were wrong.


Earlier today Spotify's version of 'Suzanne' changed. They've switched out the 'American Pie' echo of "Suzanne, do you believe in rock and roll? Can music save your mortal soul? Can you teach me how to dance real slow?" and replaced it with "Suzanne, from the river where you lost control, to the summer that you let me go, I felt the pieces fall apart real slow."


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Within an hour of the Creepercult Facebook group questioning if they'd fallen victim to The Mandela Effect, Creeper posted a tweet promising/warning, "He'll meet you in the river down below." Turns out they, like The Stranger, are always watching.






Are they avoiding legal action from Don McLean? Are they doing a Kanye and creating a living/breathing album? Is this another clue to the ever-deepening mystery of what happened to James Scythe?


Whatever they're up to, March 24th can't come soon enough.
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