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sounding like nothing other than Clark


Hertfordshire electronic artist Clark has unveiled his 14th album, ‘Sus Dog’, which was executive produced by Thom Yorke (of RadioheadAtoms For Peace and The Smile fame).

The album will be released on May 26 via Clark’s own label, Throttle Records. According to Spin, it’ll be Clark’s first album to have his own singing featured prominently. The lead single from ‘Sus Dog’, titled ‘Town Crank’ and released alongside the announcement, is the first song that features his vocals as a primary element.

Alongside his own singing, ‘Sus Dog’ will feature contributions from Yorke (on the song ‘Medicine’) and Anika (on the title track). In a statement of his own, Yorke said he and Clark had initially connected when the latter “wrote me to say he’d started singing, looking for feedback/advice or whatever, cuz it was kind of new shark-infested waters for him [sic].

“I’ve been into what he does for years, and I ended up being a kind of backseat driver as he pieced all the oddness of it together, which was fascinating. I wasn’t surprised to discover he came at singing and words through another door completely, which to me was the most interesting and exciting part.

“The first thing he sent me was him singing about being stuck between two floors and I was already sold. To me the way he approached it all wasn’t the usual singer songwriter guff thank god; it mirrored the way he approached all his composition and recording, but this time it had a human face. His face.”

Clark announces new album ‘Sus Dog’, executive produced by Thom Yorke