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01. The Human Voice - Silent Heart
02. Trees Of Eternity - Hour Of The Nightingale
03. Darkher - Realms
04. Aeon Sable - Hypaerion
05. The Foreshadowing - Seven Heads Ten Horns
06. NU:N - Naked Until Noema
07. Cryo Chamber Collaboration - Nyarlathotep
08. In The Woods... - Pure
09. Klimt 1918 - Sentimentale Jugend
10. Terra Tenebrosa - The Reverses
Recently we are facing a proper post-punk revival, there are many new bands on the scene and as well some long forgotten cult acts were reformed and are now on their second mission. In this mass of bands many are just bland copies and revivalist of 80s sound, but some of them certainly bring fresh air to this rather narrow genre, one of them are UK based newcomers Klammer, a band who by blending together post-punk, punk rock, goth rock and add to all that some dark pop accessibility, certainly deserves your attention as they are one of those acts who with their professional approach towards what they are doing expands the borders of the genre.
Klammer come from Leeds and came to life in 2013, from the members' shared love for all things angular, dark, loud and melodic. They've shared stages with the likes of The Membranes, Penetration, Art Brut, Department S, 999 and Richie Ramone (who they are going to be touring the UK and Ireland with again this November and December). The Leeds based trio put a contemporary twist on the post-punk attitude. Although there's plenty of hooks in their songs, there's a dark and edgy broodiness coursing through the sound of the band.
The band debuted already in 2013 with the album entitled Auslane, which was in 2015 re-released by Under Dogs Records. In March 2016 the band released their eponymous second full-lenght album as well through Under Dogs Records. Now they are ready to release their new single for the album track "Everything Depends Upon The King", on 7" vinyl on Curious Fox Records on 5th September, which will be exclusively available from Rough Trade shops. Beside the title track, another track, "High Life", from the album will be featured as well. Klammer already released a video clip for the track "Everything Depends Upon The King".
Klammer discography: Auslane (self-release 2013/Under Dogs Records re-release 2015), Klammer (Under Dogs Records 2016), Everything Depends Upon The King [Single] (Curious Fox Records 2016)
Klammer links: Official website, Facebook