Dive into Yolk of Love, the third mind-blowing single from The Creepy Crawlies‘ upcoming album Weeds. This drumless wonderland takes cues from dream pop, soft shoegaze, and indie folk, riding high on guitars, Wurlitzer keys, sweet vocal harmonies, and sly electronic tidbits. Picture a groovy mashup of Moose’s Live A Little Love A Lot vibes mixed with some rad ’90s Yo La Tengo goodness, spiced up by The Pains of Being Pure At Heart and The High Llamas. It’s a priceless chamber folk/indie pop gem from a whole other dimension—where melodies sparkle and imagination reigns supreme!

Songwriter, guitarist and lead vocalist Chris Donion says “it’s a song about the feeling of falling out of love, the tragic terror and mystery of it slipping your grasp despite any best efforts”.