Mable Syndrome Podcast
Jeff Berman: "In a diplomatic attempt to not get sued I will say that "Creep" is about people in our record collections and scenes; pathetic excuses for 'men' that get-off on (and get away with) predatory behavior by victim blaming and relying on the power of their band's popularity. Beyond that, I was ecstatic to have Frank Turner at the production helm again. Frank and I really turned this one upside down and landed on a sample-heavy singalong unlike anything else in the Divided Heaven canon. Having the amazing Jess Guise really push her voice to lend provocative and powerful vocals make this one of my favorite songs on the new album. And again, it's shitty creeps. You know who you are."
Frank Turner: "Jeff Berman writes deceptively sweet songs that have a tendency to sting you when you're not expecting it. "Creep" is just such a song, it slides into your brain and stays with you, poppy but unsettling. Jess Guise's vocals add a whole new layer of intrigue as well. A song that stays with you."