CLARENCE CLARITY NEW SINGLE ‘DEL REY DREAMHOUSE’ HEADLINE LONDON SHOW @ THE GLOVE THAT FITS, 21ST FEB 2019
“a glitching, unsettling combination of sleaze, funk, static and collapse” - The Guardian
“a dense, blown-out simulacrum of throwback pop” - The Quietus
“imaginative, endlessly curious” - CLASH
Following the release of his recent album THINK:PEACE today sees UK based electronic producer and singer/songwriter Clarence Clarity release another new track ‘Del Rey Dreamhouse’ from LEAVE EARTH the extended playlist of the recent album. The release is accompanied by the announcement of a headline show at The Glove That Fits on 21st February 2019 - tickets on sale Friday 23rd Nov.
New single ‘Del Rey Dreamhouse’ is supplemented by b-side track ‘Untrust In Use Together’ both of which are taken from the LEAVE EARTH extended playlist, a concept that Clarence Clarity put together allowing his fans to curate their own albums giving them a full insight into the last two years of his work.
Alongside the new releases Clarence Clarity has also announced his headline show at The Glove That Fits - a new venue in Hackney - on 21st February 2019 which will see him perform tracks from his new releases as well as some older material. Tickets will be available to from Friday 23rd Nov.
Clarence Clarity’s sophomore album THINK:PEACE was released last month to critical acclaim from media and fans alike. The record was a surprise release to fans and was preceded by singles ‘Adam & The Evil’, ‘Next Best Thing’, and ‘Rafters feat. A.J. Crew’. THINK:PEACE came three years after his debut LP NO NOW in March 2015. Garnering a dedicated cult fan base over the past few years Clarity has been infiltrating ears across the globe with his iconically eclectic sound, walking the line between glitchy RnB, futurist pop and crunchy electronica Clarence is unlike any of his contemporaries and the new album delivers exactly what his fans are expecting.
Clarence Clarity recently finished a UK and US tour with Rina Sawayama and continues to add his signature production style to Rina Sawayama’s music as well as working on tracks for HMLTD.