BRIGHTON rockers Creature Creature are recording a new EP with Frank Turner.

They will be working with the singer-songwriter who has performed close to 2,500 shows, who has gone from crashing on people’s floors shows to headlining Wembley and the O2.

The news follows Frank’s recent return to the Brighton, with a full capacity show at Concorde 2.

Frontman Scully said: “Frank was a large part of the reason Creature Creature was formed in the first place.

“The sense of community in folk-punk did, and still does, really resonate with me and I channelled that when forming the band.

“Working with Frank on our next release is really the most inspirational and logical step for the band and we’re confident he is going to bring out the best in us, and we are him!”

Creature Creature released their debut album, Two Finger Tantrum, last summer to positive reviews and airplay.

Combining lightning-fast guitar hooks with complex keys, the band has performed at a range of events including the Hastings Fat Tuesday festival.

They will also be performing live at a free show at Shortt's Bar, Brighton, on August 14.

The band will hit the studio with Frank in November, and will take to the road to embark on their UK tour in April next year.