“Creeps” Out Now!

Our newest album Creeps is officially out today via Sargent House. Available on all digital and streaming platforms. Listen here now.

Pick up a physical copy in stores now, or order online on our stores
US and Worldwide: http://hellomerch.com/collections/indian-handcrafts

UK and Europe: http://sargenthouse.awesomedistro.com/art…/indian-handcrafts

We have North American tour dates in support of the new album. See below

Tickets and details available at www.indianhandcrafts.net/shows

Oct 06 - St Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre ##
Oct 07 - Miami, FL @ Grand Central ##
Oct 08 - Orlando, FL @ The Social ##
Oct 09 - Savannah, GA @ The Jinx ##
Oct 10 - Asheville, NC @ New Mountain ##
Oct 11- Nashville, TN @ Basement East ##
Oct 13 - Columbus, OH @ The Basement ##
Oct 14 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Pyramid Scheme ##
Oct 15 - Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle ##
Oct 16 - Cleveland, OH @ Grog Shop ##
Oct 17 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Altar Bar ##
Oct 19 - Boston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall ##
Oct 20 - Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts ##
Oct 21 - Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus ##
Oct 22- Jersey City, NJ @ Monty Hall ##
Oct 23 - Richmond, VA @ Broadberry ##
Oct 24 - Washington, DC @ Rock & Roll Hotel ##
Oct 25 - Atlanta, GA @ The EARL ##

Nov 10 - London, ON @ Call The Office **                                                             Nov 11 - Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen
Nov 12 - Des Moines, IA @ Vaudeville Mews **
Nov 13 - Minneapolis, MN @ The Nether Bar **
Nov 14 - Winnipeg, MB @ Windsor **
Nov 16 - Saskatoon, SK @Vangelis **
Nov 17 - Edmonton, AB @ Brixx under the Starlite Room **
Nov 18 - Calgary, AB @ Broken City **
Nov 20 - Vancouver, BC @ Wise Hall **
## w/ Kylesa, Inter Arma, Irata
** with Greys

See what people are saying about the album below

“Creeps is probably the heaviest release yet from these guys and also the most musically varied. They have a sound that’s harder to pin down than you might expect, and they dip their toes into all sorts of subgenres over the course of the album, with little stabs of prog, psych, and even some crunchy death metal thrown into the sludgy mix. The whole thing is streaming below, and its definitely worth a listen.” -Brooklyn Vegan

“The record’s first single, the hard-charging burner “It’s Late Queeny,” sits right in the pocket of great melody and ripping guitar thunder, and feels perfect for your next beer-drinking, whiskey-swilling mixtape. Stream it below, hopefully on a massive system, and catch them at gigs with Kylesa or Mutoid Man. You’ll thank us later, though your hearing might not.” - Noisey

“While they can be slapped with the stoner rock label aptly, their sound is rather difficult to pinpoint. I find this all the more reason to love them. They’ve toured with the rather diverse likes of Deafheaven, Red Fang, and Billy Talent, so it’s like they can be paired with just about anyone. You don’t really have an excuse not to fall in love with them.” - Metal Injection

“Aikens and Allen more or less spent the last three years touring non-stop, taking a break earlier this year to record the second Indian Handcrafts album, the forthcoming Creeps. Like its predecessor, this one was produced by Toshi Kasai (Melvins, Red Sparowes), and feels indebted to some of hard rock and heavy metal’s most muscular acts — everything from KISS to Queens Of The Stone Age — without lapsing into pastiche or hero-worship. In fact, Indian Handcrafts adeptly steer away from obvious choices in favor of more exciting ones. Today we’re premiering the single “The Divider,” and you can witness that discipline on display: The track starts with a pummeling Homme-ian riff and a melody lifted straight from Iron Maiden’s classic “The Trooper,” but its super-catchy chorus elevates it someplace else entirely … and then, when it shifts to an expansive psych/space-rock section, it just about abandons the template altogether. It’s an outstanding song, and you should listen” - Stereogum

“If your band features only two members you’d think the smart thing to do would be to make your limitations work for you. That’s the route many duos go for; they treat their sound like a car built for racing with anything and everything that might slow them down stripped away and tossed aside. Canadian twosome Indian Handcrafts don’t seem to have any interest in that approach. The way they see it being short on numbers is no reason not to go big and shoot for the stars. They’re like a shaggy couple of buddy cops from some action flick dead set on making a difference, leaving a trail of destruction that looks like it was wrought by a small army in their wake.” -Echoes and Dust

“This album is all about riffs and groove and it flies by in an instant. With the majority of songs being snappy, melodious to the point of envy and overflowing with deft, infectious nuances, there’s a real wham-bam-thank-you-mam mentality behind it. They blend the bounce and bombast of doom’s forefathers with the fidgety shriek of Melvins styled vocals excellently on ‘Down at the Docks’, those vocals really coming to life during a seismic dynamic shift which they pull off with a flawless ebb and flow. As an album, ‘Creeps’ is fun, packed to the rafters with great musicianship, has more hooks than a fishing emporium and is incredibly easy to listen to. And honestly, I could leave the review there. Job done, I’ll put the kettle on and wipe my hands of this – because, really, that’s all you need to know. If this paragraph doesn’t scintillate your intrigue, then I do believe you’re on the wrong website (Smash Hits is that way, champ).” - The Sludgelord  

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