Ian Clement, known foremost as the frontman of successful band Wallace Vanborn, conjures up a unique, intimate world with his deep voice. Ian’s music is warm, moving and occasionally sombre. Fans of singer-songwriters like Mark Lanegan, Dan Auerbach and Edward Sharpe are immediately drawn to his intriguing way of telling a musical story.
After recording his first solo album Drawing Daggers with Peter Obbels, Clement had the opportunity to cut a new selection of numbers under the supervision of the much-admired René Tinner. The veteran producer, famous for his work with Can, has worked with major figures such as Lou Reed and George Harrison and his less-is-more approach proved the ideal formula for engineering Ian’s pending solo album See Me In Synchronicity. Everything (except the vocals) was recorded live in a single take at ICP Studio in Brussels.
Various singles are planned starting in the autumn and Ian Clement will be touring both as duo and with a band to preview the new material. His first single Hardly from the upcoming album See Me In Synchronicity is now available on all streaming- and downloadservices.
See Me In Synchronicity will be released on Amsterdam based label Dox Records in February 2019, followed by an album tour.
Ian Clement, also known as the frontman of Belgian rockband Wallace Vanborn, releases new single Hardly. With Hardly, Ian announces his upcoming second solo album See Me In Synchronicity, the album is inspired by events in Ian’s life and will be released on February 22nd via Dox Records. The album See Me In Synchronicity is profoundly moving [..] »
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