The city of Brighton has always delivered evocative and enticing music, four-piece Good Guy Clarence evidence of the constant creativity coming from the city at this current time. Their enveloping structures and elusive lyrical play crafts a close and harmonious atmosphere, something that they are even more impressively able to carry across into a live setting. The group recently shared a new live session, filmed in the fitting Tooting Tram & Social in London, and provided an exhibit of their blossoming sound.
Performing the fragile harmony of ‘Teach Me To Dance‘ and the distinct ‘Truisms‘, the group summon an explorative and multi-layered character, full of vibrant turns in tempo and melody. Their encompassing harmonies are an obviously well defined quality of theirs, eliciting a sense of wondrousness and fellowship that’s alluring desire models well amongst their exhilarative arrangements. The session – concocted by the minds at WaveyHead – is an apt presentation for the groups music. As a soft focus engrains the band in mellow visuals, the band show off their full-scale, all inclusive nature.
The WaveyHead Session with Good Guy Clarence can now be viewed below. The band’s first record, the delightful ‘Home Remedies‘, is available now.