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Sunday 05 September 2021

No Time to Die: Brighton's Premier Punk-Rockers Set To Release Original Bond Song To Raise Funds For Charities

Before Brighton five piece Creature Creature hit the studio with folk-punk legend, Frank Turner to record a new EP, they will be releasing their long awaited, unofficial Bond song in aid of two charities close to their hearts - Pancreatic Cancer Action and St Wilfred's Hospice.

On the 20th August 2019, it was announced that the 25th James Bond film would be called No Time To Die. Just over three weeks later, Creature Creature released an original track with the same name on YouTube which has since racked up close to 100,000 views.

With this groundbreaking track, produced by Tom Gleeson (Slaves to Gravity, Feeder) and mastered by Pete Maher (U2, The Rolling Stones), Creature Creature, who have shared festival line ups with Manic Street Preachers, The Hives and many more, have crafted a song that not only reflects the franchise both musically and lyrically, but also stands strong in its own right. 

The new Bond film suffered many setbacks and delays after the announcement of the title and there was even speculation it may go straight to streaming. 

Now, with the cinematic release finally getting the go ahead for 30th September 2021 in the U.K., Creature Creature are working closely with the charities to raise as much awareness of the campaign as possible.

Creature Creature 'No Time To Die'

Scully, the frontman of Creature Creature explains:

"We lost our good friend and excellent photographer, Will Suttill, to pancreatic cancer in 2019 when he was only thirty three years of age and St Wilfred's Hospice were fantastic to him in his final months. 

"Pancreatic cancer suffers from an extreme lack of awareness and funding so when we decided we wanted to fundraise through the release of our song, St Wilfred's Hospice and Pancreatic Cancer Action were the obvious choices.

"We will donate 50% of first month sales and streams of our original Bond song to the charities."

The band - who combine lightning-fast guitar hooks with complex keys and intelligent songwriting - have also launched a Just Giving page if people wish to donate directly to the cause and will also be running fundraising events in the build up to the song's release. 

Daniel Craig's final outing in the 25th Bond film, No Time to Die, will be released in U.K. cinemas on 30th September 2021, with Creature Creature's song released worldwide to stream and download the following day on Friday 1st October 2021. 

Two special intimate live shows for the campaign shall be taking place at:

Vaded Lab, Newhaven on Friday 1st October 
The Pipeline, Brighton on Saturday 2nd October. 

Tickets are available through SEE Tickets now.

by: Mike Cobley




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