Friday, September 11, 2015

the best of the Clientele record

oh yeah, forgot to say - this is out on LP and CD:

https://www.mergerecords.com/alone-unreal-the-best-of-the-clientele

And the Clientele are playing a one-off show at Islington Assembly Hall on October 23rd, with none other than psychedelic legend Mark Fry supporting us!

We also made an extended spotify list of our favourite songs which didn't make it onto the LP. In case you wondered. 

7 comments:

violet said...

So will there be no new Clientele releases? I do love the work you are doing with Amor de Dias but I will be sad to see the Clientele end.

Anonymous said...

From what Alasdair said on a recent Radio 6 session, new Clientele songs have been recorded for an album. It just may be a while before it is finished.
Of course more live shows in the US, specifically DC, are always welcome.

dennis said...

Act now, and for a limited time we will throw in a CD of the Clientele's unpublished early music collection, "Its Art, Dad", for only 3 pounds more!
Hey, a guy can dream, can't he?

thedevilcorp said...

Good site.

Richard Griffiths said...

The Clientele's body of work, especially their last 4 albums proper, is astonishing. That they aren't more widely appreciated in the UK is a source of frustration and shame. Great English band, part of a lineage of great English bands, from Felt through to the Smiths, stretching back to the Kinks. I very much hope they'll make another record. Richard, Cardiff.

Richard Griffiths said...

The Clientele's body of work, especially their last 4 albums proper, is astonishing. That they aren't more widely appreciated in the UK is a source of frustration and shame. Great English band, part of a lineage of great English bands, from Felt through to the Smiths, stretching back to the Kinks. I very much hope they'll make another record. Richard, Cardiff.

Anonymous said...

This is an embarrassing comment, so I am hiding it a page or two back.
But, having really enjoyed The Sound of Young Baginstoke, I was very pleased to see that. Strange Geometry was relissued. For this listener its the Forever Changes of the 2000s