They ‘represent honesty, power and intelligent noise’ (Manchester Evening News), should ‘be held in same esteem as Joy Division and Oasis’ (Louder Than War), play 'classic rock with surprising twists and turns' (Rough Trade), and have ‘brilliant energy and great, interesting songs’ (Badly Drawn Boy). From deep-fried psychedelic soul to bubblegum power pop, The Creature Comfort’s illuminated sounds come from the edge. Amidst the skyscrapers, the tarmac and the sleaze there’s a message they’ll help you find. First conceived in the late 80's, picked up by The Stone Roses manager as ‘next big thing’ and gaining a large underground following through supports such as Mudhoney and Gun Club, the band's early self-destruction was a true loss to the scene. Their recent re-emergence, with a revamped piratical line-up, provides a new glimpse of their signature twin guitar assault, relentless groove and existential tales of dread and desire.