Ian Clement (BE)
12-10 New release: Hardly by Ian Clement
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 and occasionally somber, Ian draws you into a wonderful, intimate world with his deep voice. Fans of singer-songwriters like Mark Lanegan, Dan Auerbach and Edward Sharpe are immediately taken by the intriguing way in which he tells his musical story.
His new single Hardly is a song about having to grow up and the need to leave the child in you behind. Ian: “Hardly is the first single of my upcoming album, a song about running out of time. The video for my new single, shot by Anton Coene, brings an ode to the somber, less-is-more production René Timmer blew into the album”.
The video for the single premiered this morning via Focus Knack (BE). Read the article here.
Hardly is now out on all streaming and download services. The new album, See Me In Synchronicity, will be released on 22 February via Dox Records.
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