Sam Creighton invites you to hell!
Opinionated diva powerhouse meets political pop perfection is the best way to describe recording artist Sam Creighton. The outspoken songstress is not afraid to write and sing about topics that others may shy away from. She has done-so with her single “Smile”, which calls out men for cat-calling, and “After Midnight”, in which she breaks the vicious cycle of settling for less than what she deserves. Now, Creighton is sharing her new single “Go To Hell”, a song in which she celebrates the LGBT+ community and others who feel ostracized for being themselves. Sam, an ally, is aware of her privilege and is using it to champion a community that has embraced her, and that she loves dearly.
The powerful anthem is a biting and honest tune that urges listeners to dance all the way to hell with Creighton. From the controversial verse lyrics to the demon choir behind the chorus, this song is sure to take you on a ride all the way down to hell. And in this case, that is where you will want to be! Creighton says, “Go To Hell’ is an anthem of acceptance and refuge for those who feel isolated by today’s society, especially in the current political climate. I want listeners to feel accepted and welcomed. I want anyone who is listening to know that it is okay to be different. In a world that hates people who are different, I want the listener to feel a sense of relief and community”. Well, I don’t know about you, but I wanna ‘go to hell’, again and again!