It's been thirteen years since Ottawa, Ontario's The Creeps released their first full length album. Like many pop punk bands getting a start at that time, they fell into similar trappings of writing songs about girls, aliens, UFOs and spies. A few years in, a recurring theme of death and murder entered into their body of songs. It was a theme they held onto for many years and perfected over time. Love or hate the subject matter, the music could not be denied. Fast forward to present day, seven years since the release of their last full length album. The Creeps are back with Eulogies. Ten tracks of melodic pop punk perfected. The theme of death still remains at the center of the songs, but it has changed. The feelings of anger and despair no longer manifest as murder. They have turned inward and taken on the form of suicide. These eulogies are being sung for you, but there is a special kind of beauty within each tragedy. Hold on. Reach out. Let go. You are free.