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Eternity, in Your Arms is the debut full-length studio album by English punk rock band Creeper. Released on 24 March 2017 by Roadrunner Records, it was produced by Neil Kennedy at The Ranch Production House in the band's hometown of Southampton, where the band had previously recorded their first three extended plays – 2014's Creeper, 2015's The Callous Heart and 2016's The Stranger – also with Kennedy. The album is primarily categorised as horror punk, although it has also been described by critics as incorporating elements of pop punk, glam rock and post-hardcore into both its lyrical content and musical styles. Loosely categorised as a concept album by commentators, Eternity, in Your Arms is centred around the story of James Scythe, a fictional missing paranormal investigator. The story is inspired by characters in J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan and is a continuation of a narrative started on The Callous Heart and The Stranger which features references to various Creeper songs and lyrics. "Suzanne", "Hiding with Boys" and "Black Rain" were released as singles prior to the album's release, followed later by "Misery".