By John Clay, Rock At Night Columnist-London
Clark Kent’s Double A Side Attack
Rock At Night welcomes a new column called Clark Kent’s Double A Side Attack. Clark Kent a.k.a John Clay pounces upon bands he’s either just discovered at a gig or has stalked for some time. We are proud to host his weekly ‘Double A Side’ Attack where an ‘ambush’ video of an artist/band is accompanied by a music video showcasing their unique talent.
You can read more about “Clark Kent” in Rock At Night’s interview here.
This week’s artist: Saint Agnes
Sounds like: compared to The Dead Weather, however, the music here is perhaps more raw without losing its grip on the ear.
Members: Jon Tufnell (Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica), Kitty Arrabella Austen (Guitar, Vocals, Keyboard), Ben Chernett (Bass); Andy (drums)
Link to the Double A Side: Saint Agnes
Interview with Saint Agnes conducted by Martin Drees (Jelly)
Saint Agnes have a familiar sound which is often compared to The Dead Weather, however, the music here is perhaps more raw without losing its grip on the ear. Catchy AND wild then? Good. Have a listen:
I'm a promoter of underground bands based in London and sometimes, further afield. I film live music and when the mood takes me, I shoot official music videos for free.
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