Metamorphic is the new album from Orange Clocks, released on 14th February 2020. Expanding the sound from their widely acclaimed reinterpretatio of Seventies supergroup Klementine Uhren’s soundtrack for Tope’s Sphere.
Metamorphic sees the Ornage Clocks in fine form with wigged-out guitars and a fair amount of infectious enthusiasm. Swirling synths and a pounding rhythm section combining in seven which will probably delight any fans of Hawkwind, Gong and Ozric Tentacles.
Once again, Russ Russell (from labelmates Reformat, and who has worked as producer with Napalm Death, The Wildhearts and many others) has recorded, mixed and mastered the album with consummate skill and flair.
Thomas Hunt, vocalist and synth supremo states, «It`s great to be back. This album is a little different to Tope’s Sphere, but it’s the same musical DNA, and the same group of reprobates as last time!».
Orange Clocks create textured psychedelia in a magical and mystical corner of East Northants, occupying themselves by improvising hypnotic noise with driving rhythms and unusual concepts. The above mentioned album Tope`s Sphere2,
Orange Clocks hail from a shed in the depths of East Northampton shire and specialize in music of no fixed genre, improvising and jamming for long periods, pausing only to consume lots of tea and biscuits. They have been in their current incarnation for a little over two years, although the seven band members have played together in different musical incarnations for many hazy years, united by a love of psychedelic and hypnotic music (amongst other things).