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The Road to The Great Escape a series of live music showcases held across England cities and Dublin in various venues.I manged to catch the second night in The Grand Social Dublin where on the bill were. Highschool / English Teacher & The Clockworks.Opening the show fall on Melbourne band Highschool, now I think are …

THE CLOCKWORKS RELEASE EXHILARATING NEW SINGLE:“ENDGAME”STREAM ON ALL SERVICES NOW HERE + ANNOUNCE DEBUT EP: ‘THE CLOCKWORKS’RELEASED 1 APRIL 2022, VIA IT’S CREATION BABY + US & EUROPEAN TOUR DATES Today, Galway’s finest – THE CLOCKWORKS – release their first new music of 2022: “Endgame”. STREAM ON ALL SERVICES HERE FOR MORE INFORMATIONw/ https://www.theclockworks.band/ The track …

The Clockworks onstage

The Clockworks headlined a gig as part of Independent Venue Week at The Factory in Worthing on 2 Feb 2022 supported by Cheap Teeth and Niches.  During that set they played 5 singles and a staggering 10 more tracks which were new for the audience.  It’s been six months since previous single ‘Throw It All …

The band The Clockworks onstage

What an absolute joy to see gigs back up and down the country to celebrate Independent Venue Week for 2022. I travelled to The Factory in Worthing to see The Clockworks supported by Cheap Teeth and Niches. This is grassroots, and perhaps in one of the more unlikely music venue locations. With Brighton just down …

The band The Clocworks playing on stage

The return of live music has seen an abundance of riches for music fans and the rise of the one day multi-venue festival provides the experience of seeing multiple bands across various venues in a city in one day. And so it was with The Stag and Dagger Festival held in Glasgow and Edinburgh. Of …

The Clockworks have been building up a very impressive resume over the last 12 months and their new single ‘Feels So Real is a clear indication this is set to continue. Signed to the legendary Alan McGee’s new label It’s Creation Baby, the band has an assured future and a stylish confidence that is electric. …

One of the most inventive and exciting bands around at the moment, Galway’s The Clockworks have released another blistering track ‘Enough is Never Enough’, which combines a driving musical assault with acerbic lyrics and an assured swagger. Swimming in the same stream as bands like compatriots The Murder Capital and Fontaines DC, The Clockworks have …

In three and a half blistering minutes, The Clockworks prove once again that they are one of the most exciting bands around at the moment. ‘Can I Speak to a Manager?’ is over three minutes of excoriating and rage-infused ranting at the mind-numbing stupidity of everyday interactions – in this case simply trying to get …

Clocking in at just 2 minutes and forty-one seconds, ‘The Future Is Not What It Was’, the new single from The Clockworks, immediately makes it clear this is a band with a future, built on the genes of a very admirable past. The angular, stop/start delivery is reminiscent of the very best of the post …