‘Down Came A Spider’ is the latest single of CPSD, a Bradford based alt-rock 3-piece – who received a very warm welcome following their debut release ‘Use Once’ in summer 2020, including attention from notable media outlets.
The song, ‘Down Came A Spider’, is an observational commentary of current affairs, and the handling of them by governing bodies. Specifically written following the storm surrounding Brexit, and becoming more prophetic by the day as the Coronavirus Pandemic unfolded, ‘Down Came A Spider’ is high energy, gritty take on politicians and how they manipulate voters.
CPSD’s eclectic music background – working with such names and bands as Maxi Jazz (E-Type Boys), Djingo, Exoterik & Pulverise – forms the foundations of their unique sound; adding to the inflections of bands they loved and watched growing up, who heavily shaping their decision to be musicians.
Hitting the ground running with their ever-increasing gig schedule for late 2021, CPSD are looking forward to showcasing their unrivalled stage shows across Yorkshire, and further afield, with a well curated selection of music venues and line ups.
“Love this track, CPSD remind me of early days Queens Of The Stone Age.” Johnny Doom (Kerrang)
“When they fire up their full sonic assault they don’t sound like a trio, they sound like a full orchestra. There is a sniff of Slaves and the White Stripes about them…. They sound great in recorded form, but they take it to another level completely in the live setting. They smash their way into your brain with power that could split a planet in two.” Bill Adamson (With Just A Hint Of Mayhem Blog)
“Great song after great song, the playing is fantastic the whole way through their set. That guitar sears into my soul. At the end of their set I left reeling, amazed, and addicted to that sound. It’s an addiction I need to feed again soon.” Frank Roper (Local Sound Focus)