CREATIONS will be entering the studio in January with producer Sonny Truelove at STL Studios in Sydney, Australia to begin recording their Mediaskare Records debut. The band released their album ‘The Gospel’ in August through Rite of Passage Records, a subsidiary label of Mediaskare. At the conclusion of recording the band will team up with director Tim Nagle to film music videos for two songs off the new album.

In other news, the band has lined up a tour of their native Australia alongside Ashes of December; dates for the tour are as follows:

1/19 Sydney, AU – Hot Damn
1/20 Sydney, AU – Manly Youth Centre
1/21 Newcastle, AU – Cambridge Hotel
1/22 NSW, AU – Liverpool PCYC
1/26 Melbourne, AU – Pony
1/27 Ballarat, AU – Kavora Lounge
1/29 Geelong, AU – The National Hotel
2/03 Adelaide, AU – The Underground,
2/04 Adelaide, AU – Black Market
2/05 SA, AU – Mt Gambier
2/09 Perth, AU – Oh Snap!
2/10 Perth, AU – Civic Hotel
2/11 Perth, AU – YMCA HQ,
2/16 Brisbane, AU – Snitch
2/17 Gold Coast, AU – Expressive Grounds
2/17 Gold Coast, AU – Miami Shark Bar
2/18 Brisbane, AU – Beenleigh PCYC
2/19 Towoomba, AU – Railway Hall

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