- Broken Dreams In A Crashing Car Klammer 3:34
Klammer have just premiered their new single and video titled ‘Broken Dreams In A Crashing Car’, that drops tomorrow, from their upcoming album ‘The Day Before Yesterday’, releasing in February, 2022.
Lets start this by saying ‘Klammer is back, baby!’. Having not only gotten the chance to review and premiere numerous Klammer singles as well as interview them, its beyond awesome to see that they are now working on and releasing another album.
In addition to Klammer making a comeback, their signature sound comes with them, not only fully intact, but fully engaged. Those gritty dueling guitars signal the music massiveness about to come as they announce the arrival of those wonderful Klammer vocals. Mesh those things with a battle worthy rhythm section and you have a special noise. A ‘Klammer’, if you will.
But Klammer feels different. A bit more ‘klammery’, if you will. The magic is more magical. The music refined yet filled with that glorious rock dirt that we love to fill our ears with. I feel that the quarantine has revived, or rejuvenated them, possibly? We could all use some down time, but you can’t keep a good band down.
Klammer have just signed to Revolver Records (on their imprint Heavy Metal Records) and the new album ‘The Day Before Yesterday’ will be in Feb 2022
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About ‘Broken Dreams In A Crashing Car’
Klammer are releasing a new single on Revolver Records imprint Heavy Metal Records on 19th Nov. The track is taken from their upcoming 4th album ‘The Day Before Yesterday’, which will be released in Feb 2022.
The Leeds (UK) based quartet 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.
Hailing from Leeds and Hudderfield, Klammer draws from the members’ shared love for all things angular, dark, loud and melodic. Klammer offer an enticing contemporary twist on the post-punk attitude, blending in elements of darkwave, goth rock and punk rock, all with dark pop sensibilities. You’ll find plenty of hooks and a dark and edgy broodiness coursing through their sound.
Formed by UK Producer Steve Whitfield (The Cure/The Mission/Jane Weaver) in 2014, they have already released 3 albums to great critical acclaim, with 2018’s ‘You Have Been Processed’ receiving fantastic reviews across the board. The singles ‘Modern God’ and ‘Spiral Girl’ off the album, both received airplay on BBC 6 Music.
Having consistently played up and down the UK both as a headline act and in support of some big name bands (including The Skids, The Undertones, Richie Ramone, Chameleons Vox, Penetration, The Membranes and 1919), they have also played at Rebellion twice, The Great British Alternative festival and Whitby Goth Weekend. Klammer are intent on consolidating their position as one of the country’s finest live Post Punk acts.