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Clockwork Radio album ‘No Man Is An Island’ out now!‏

September 9, 2014

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For fans of: The Vaccines, Mystery Jets, We Are Scientists 

 

Clockwork Radio release their debut album No Man Is An Island via Poly Tune.

To get a taste of their sound you can download ‘Sitting Bull’ for free on Clockwork Radio’s SoundCloud page

You can also stream and download album track ‘Fever’ for free from Clockwork Radio’s official website.

The album is an energetic and accomplished collection of brightly coloured compositions, each member of the band painting part of a musical mural to create an intense and vibrant sound that embodies good times in the sunshine. Tracks like ‘The Balance Of Water’ give the band the opportunity to slow down proceedings and show off their knack for stripped down melodies and subtle vocal harmony. The release is a great showcase for a band who are very much confident in their sound and the effect it has on their audience.

Beginning life as a side project in rural Wales, Clockwork Radio have since explored half of Europe, playing anywhere from rooftops to boats and festival stages. Sculpting their own brand of alternative rock whilst on the road, the band self-released 4 EPs over a two year period, collaborating with artists Agnes Cecile and Juan Carlos Riviera on artwork and videos. Tracks from the EPs were quickly picked up by the likes of BBC Radio OneBBC 6MusicXFMQ and NME Radio.

In late 2013 the four piece recorded their debut album No Man Is An Island over two days in December in Manchester’s 80 Hertz Studios. The album sees the band take a completely new approach to the way they record, taking a snapshot of their live sound, capturing the character of their live shows.

With previous single Feel It Up gaining airplay from BBC 6MusicBBC Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw and named as one of BBC Introducing… Manchester’s Tracks Of The YearNo Man Is An Island opens a dramatic new chapter for Clockwork Radio.

No Man Is An Island is released via Poly Tune and is available to buy digitally via iTunes and physically via the band’s official site.

 

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