Accidents at Christmas


Well the Yuletide season is once again upon us…

As an antidote to the endless conveyor belt of the mass-manufactured, mindless consumerism, we’ve decided to gift the world a real Christmas song.

“A mythical, modern day folk tale about an accidental meeting and spontaneous attraction of two people previously lost and alone on the dark side of Christmas day until true love was found through the magic of serendipity”

Watch and enjoy!


Available to buy on iTunes

Videos


Check out some of our previous releases…


“Before The Dawn” – from our latest album, Frontiers of a Seductive Mind (released on 9th June 2017)

Conceived, directed, shot and edited by Paul Wiseman
https://vimeo.com/57529543


“Here It Comes” is the latest release off the new album “Frontiers of a Seductive Mind”.

Shot entirely on location in The Peak District, UK.
Directed by Jacqui Bellamy.


Shot on the evening of the “Before The Dawn” video with the aide of red wine.

Again, many thanks to Paul Wiseman


Enjoy!

 

Buy the album



Available directly from us.

Our latest album available on vinyl + CD + digital download.


Frontiers of a Seductive Mind

£20.00

alternatively you can purchase JUST the digital download option.

Shows



Shows from 2018

Saturday 20th October – The HUBS, Sheffield

Great night featuring new songs that we’ve been working on…

Photos courtesy of Mal Whichelow


7th July – FESTIVAL 23 @ Yellow Arch Sheffield

Yes friends – “Oh hail Eris!”

We wrote a 23 minute song for this show and have played it only once.

Only time travel can bring this unique performance back.

Time travel IS possible….



 

SHOWS FROM 2017

2nd December – norwich arts centre

The SweetBeats & The Cuckoo Clocks

A magnificent review of this gig…

Photos courtesy of Corinne Appia-Ayme

Quite simply –  we smashed it!!!!!  (The night away, that is – LOL)


30th September 2017 – Sensoria @ The Big WOW

In conjunction with Sensoria Festival 2017 this was a unique performance in the intimate setting of The Big WOW.

Photos courtesy of Mal Whichelow

This was a fantastic evening, very intimate and quite low key for the Clocks.   It’s small capacity (under 100) sold out very quickly and yet again the audience were captivated and spell bound by the band and 2 of their buddies, Matt Howden (violin) & Graham McElearney (harp)  joining them on stage.   As well as latest album material the set also consisted  of new material and contemporary “remixes” of their own tunes.


22nd July 2017 – Festival #9

Organised by the popular Cafe#9 this evening offers an alternative to Sheffield Tramlines festival.

Photos courtesy of Giles Bertenshaw

Situated in the neighbouring Peak District this small fringe festival is quite a cosy affair.
Ably supported by Liam Walker & The Nevison Gang and Ash Gray the Clocks performed a stripped down version of their latest set during a torrential down pour of rain!
Everybody survived (just)!

 

9th June 2017 – Album Launch Spectacular

Well what a night that was?

Many thanks to all who came.  The sell out show was well received and definitely enjoyed by all.  We can’t wait to do it all again!

Photos courtesy of Mal Whichelow