Watch Clark, the innovative Seattle synthpop/post-punk musical act, is back with “Same”, the opening track from their upcoming album “Seems To Be Normal”. This upbeat electronic track is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on artistic originality and the patterns we fall into every day. A music video supporting “Same” will be released on Monday, April 24th, 2023.
The album, “Seems To Be Normal”, is a masterpiece that pushes the boundaries of synthpop, post-punk, industrial, and old-school 80’s electronica to deliver a must-listen that will leave audiences begging for more. “Seems To Be Normal” releases on May 26th, and is available now for preorder on Bandcamp, Amazon Music, and other streaming services.
Across the album, musicians Paul Furio and Andrea Keller weave synths, piano, guitar, and passionate vocals reminiscent of Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan to bring a twelve track journey of emotion, with songs as ready for the dance floor as they are contemplative listening.
Featured on indie radio stations across the US, UK, and parts of Europe, as well as internet streaming stations such as “Synthentral”, Andy Laste’s “Beyond Synth”, and Bridget Gray’s “My Favorite Sings”, Watch Clark has also collaborated and performed live with Assemblage 23, Symbion Project, and The Gentry, among other international electronic acts. Watch Clark has also collaborated and performed live with Assemblage 23, Symbion Project, and The Gentry, among other international electronic acts. Watch Clark was also a regular fixture in Pacific Northwest livestream festivals during the 2020-2021 pandemic.
“Seems To Be Normal” is Watch Clark’s ninth release.
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