CREEP – “You” featuring Nina Sky

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It’s been a while since New York dark electronica enthusiasts CREEP put out their first single, “Days,” which featured vocals from the xx’s Romy Madley Croft, and received remix treatments from Deadboy and Azari & III. Now the duo has released an unlikely collaboration with usual hip hop devotees Nina Sky in a downtempo, hushed track called “You.”

Like “Days,” it has a mysterious and almost gothic nature, brooding and pulsating, livened by Nicole and Natalie Albino’s vocals. CREEP also premiered an accompanying video shot in black and white which follows the Nina Sky twins as they stare blankly into the camera and into each others eyes. We hear that CREEP’s debut full length is coming out soon, but we have no official confirmation to back that up.

Check out the video for “You” below:

CREEP – “You” featuring Nina Sky

Previously: CREEP – “Days” featuring the xx

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