A WARRINGTON band has signed with a major record label in what the group describes as ‘an absolute dream come true’.

Crawlers band has signed with Polydor Records, a label that the band say they have looked up to for so long.

On social media, a spokesperson for the alternative rock band wrote: “So it’s official... we have signed to Polydor Records. This time has been an absolute dream come true and we just want to thank all of you guys for making it happen – we wouldn’t have done it without you.”

“It’s been a tough two months but we have never imagined where we would be and to be signed to a label we have looked up to for so long is insanity!

“And because of you, 2022 is the year of crawlers (the silly eyeliner band) and everybody says ‘watch this space’."

After forming in June 2018 thanks to Liv Kettle – bassist and vocalist – meeting Holly, who sings and plays trumpet, at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts sixth form college.

As well as Liv being from Warrington, so too is Amy Woodall on the guitar and backing vocals.

Harry Breen, drummer and saxophonist, completes the four-piece.

The group is also the latest name to be added to Neighbourhood Weekender 2022.

Crawlers’ recent single ‘Come Over (Again)’ went viral on social media and the band has sold out its headline tour.