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Creeper Return As Fugitives Of Heaven And Confirm Intimate London Show

Monday, 30 September 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Creeper are set to return under the new name Fugitives Of Heaven.

Following a week of cryptic teasers, the goth-punks took to social media to confirm an intimate gig at the 220 capacity Club 229 in London on November 1.

The highly anticipated comeback is scheduled for exactly one year since the band seemingly broke up during a performance at KOKO, hanging up their infamous Callous Hearts jackets and revealing that the show was the last of that tour and also of their career as a unit.

It remains to be seen for now what Fugitives Of Heaven means - but the band have changed all of their existing social media handles, and wiped their Instagram entirely.

Creeper Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 01 2019 - LONDON Club 229

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