Stolen Creep is an all-girl rock group from Malta, which became active from 2008.
The band was formed by school friends Marie Borg Alden and Rebecca Theuma who play guiar and drums respectively. Initially they recruited Kayleigh Williams on the bass, and Kiran Borg as lead vocalist, along with Abigail Grech on rhythm guitar. Grech left the band in 2009 and was replaced by Katryna Storace in February 2010 after an audition.
2010 was a busy year for the girls: a victory at the MKSU Battle of the Bands and a number of live gigs alongside other bands including Saving Alexis, TwoTimeShooter, Bridget Bone, Relikc, and UK-based My Drug Hell.
In August 2010 they recorded their first single Lector Spector at Temple Studios with David Vella. The song was released to great radio acclaim in Malta, along with a promotional video produced by No Sweat.
By the end of 2011 the lineup consisted of guitarists Marie Borg Alden and Katryna Storace and drummer Rebecca Theuma, the first two sharing vocal duties. Following a busy year of writing, re-writing, and rehearsals in Mellieħa, they returned to Temple Studios to record their first EP, Throw Your Heart to the Sea, which was released on Sunday 18 March 2012 at V-Gen in Paceville. Alex Borg Alden and Hey Sus performed at the launch event.
The song Wolves was released along with a promotional video a few days ahead of the launch. The song was featured on Toni Sant's 290th Mużika Mod Ieħor podcast on Saturday 10 March 2012.