Dreamy, shimmery euphoria-‐and-‐melancholy-‐all-‐at-‐once’ The Guardian
‘Over ghostly chords and a rhythm that the dead would march to, singer and lyricist Guy Connelly’s falsetto floats like a knife through fog’ Consequence of Sound ‘[On ‘In Memory’]
‘[Changeling] sees the trio gun for poppier territories, using their atmospheric synths and electronics to create a particularly robust synthpop sound.’ Line of Best Fit
Comprised of Guy Connelly (vocals, guitar, sampler), Andy West (bass, guitar), Che Albrighton (drums), and Nic Nell (keyboards, vocals,) synth-‐driven London quartet Clock Opera are unveiling their second album ‘Venn’ via League of Imaginary Nations and !K7 on February 10th. A darker beast than their 2012 debut ‘Ways to Forget,’ the distinctive sound of Clock Opera — the agile alto voices, a sleek and supple rhythm section, immaculate production — is still present, but there's a marked shift in lyrical tone.