KLÄMP share a brand new animated video for their latest single, ‘No Nerves’ made by Rosie Vincent-Prizeman. The track is the second single taken from their forthcoming album Hate You.

With a nod to Punk’s DIY traditions, the video has been created by drummer Lee Vincent’s ten-year-old daughter Rosie, using the anime-style Gacha Club game. Showing absolutely no nerves with ‘No Nerves’, Rosie’s interpretation is both naive and sophisticated, contradictory and complementary, literal and surreal – her imagination lifting the song to another level. It’s a dazzling videographic debut.

Featuring current and ex-members of Sex Swing, Manatees, Petbrick, Mugstar and Pulled Apart By Horses – KLÄMP combine elements of snarling post-punk, hypnotic kraut-rock and thunderous doom. As a result, Hate You is a uniquely curious brew owing as much to the cynical, abrasive punk of luminaries Wire and PIL, as it does to heavyweights like Black Sabbath and Iron Monkey.

Recorded in March 2020 in London as the world went on lock down with Covid-9, and capturing the palpable tension in the air, Hate You would make a fitting soundtrack to the apocalypse.

Hate You is released on September 18 on God Unknown Records.

Greg Wynne – Guitar, Vocals
Jason Stöll – Bass
Lee Vincent – Drums

Also
Colin Webster – Sax
Wayne Adams – Synth

Recorded by Wayne Adams at Bear Bites Horse, London, March 2020
Mastered by John McBain, JPM Mastering, San Francisco, May 2020

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