TRACK REVIEW: Craig Clark – The Late Show | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Slow, heartfelt and beautifully produced, The Late Show tells a beautiful tale through its lyrics, loosely based on Kurt Cobain. This is especially felt in the grungy style of the soundscape, with elements of country in the soulful guitar, mixed with an intimate vocal and the slow beats of the drummer.

The lyrics, although loosely based on celebrities, are extremely personal and emotive, and deal with the sensitive topic of death. It illustrates this beautifully into a moving track that is sure to strike with the listener; indeed, I could listen to this wrapped up five minute track on repeat.

Celebrate the release of this poignant single, and the start of Craig Clark’s new album Bite The Modern World, with a release show on Friday 8th July at The Cluny 2 in Newcastle.

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