Klammer has released their new video for the single titled ‘I Don’t Know What It Is’, from the upcoming collaboration album ‘Yesterday’s Not Here’, a tribute to Pete Shelley.
Builkt around that signature chuggalong style that is Klammer, the difference is night and day from the original Shelley composition. Literally from disco to dirty is the evolution from original to remake, or re-envisioning, of the song done as a tribute to the man behind Buzzcocks, The Adored, and more.
This would make Pete one happy Homosapien.
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Hailing from Leeds, Klammer draws from the members’ shared love for all things angular, dark, loud and melodic. Previously described as the love child of XTC and Gang Of Four, Klammer offer an enticing contemporary twist on the post-punk attitude, blending elements of goth rock, punk rock and dark wave, 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 last years ‘You Have Been Processed’ receiving fantastic reviews across the board. The singles ‘Modern God’ and ‘Spiral Girl’ both from the album, received airplay on 6 Music.
Writing of the 4th album is under way. In the meanwhile they have released a reinterpretation of The Human League’s early classic single Being Boiled.
Having consistently played up and down the country both as a headline act and in support of some big name bands (including The Skids, The Undertones, Richie Ramone, Chameleons Vox, Penetration and The Membranes), they have also played at Rebellion for the last two years and The Great British Alternative festival. Klammer are intent on consolidating their position as one of the country’s finest live Post Punk acts.