Clowwns conjure cracked-mirror visions of Dylan Thomas in his drunken disco period, Graham Greene fronting a fuzz-crazed Sparks, or a young Orson Welles luring Queens of the Stone Age and the Eighties Matchbox B-line Disaster to the circus big top of their deepest unconscious desires. Literary but visceral, pounding but pop-savvy, Clowwns' thumping great art-rock has the answers to all your worries. You'll love it, really.
"Literary lyricism, equal opportunities rabble-rousing, anthemic melodies and pounding riffs..." THE QUIETUS
"The last great post-punk band..." LOUDER THAN WAR
"Like The New York Dolls with better tunes..." BRIGHTON SOURCE