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CLEAR THE AUDITORIUM: 'We Are The Danger', Out Now

Dramatic, Cinematic, Explosive, and Exciting are four words that have beenused to describe rising South […]
December 8, 2014

Dramatic, Cinematic, Explosive, and Exciting are four words that have beenused to describe rising South Wales Electronicore crew 'Clear TheAuditorium'. And the band are about to up the ante with their new videosingle 'We Are The Danger' -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urKloO9cCgs,out now and which is plucked from their new EP 'The Final Broadcast'.

Born out of South Wales, Clear The Auditorium have a flurry of influencesranging from the hard-hitting and electronic rock sounds of 'Enter Shikari'and 'Pendulum', through to the flair and theatrical rock etchings of 'MyChemical Romance' and '30 Seconds To Mars'. The studious crew havecultivated a riveting sound that is laced with innovative themes, pepperedwith hooky riffs and perfectly underpinned by powerhouse electro beats andsoundscapes.

Formed in 2011 and comprised of Dafydd 'Taf' Richards (Electronics/Vocals),Matthew Bennett-Jones (Guitar/Backing Vocals), Conor Evans (Bass) and CalebPriday-Jeremiah (Drums), Clear The Auditorium have secured supports withheavyweights such as The Blackout, Yashin and Blitz Kids, and have recently
wowed audiences at the Merthyr Rock Festival. The band have a growing
reputation for serving up a fierce live show which has helped catapult them
to the vanguard of the Welsh scene.

The band's recent EP 'The Final Broadcast' takes strong lyrical influencefrom the likes of My Chemical Romance and Enter Shikari. The release isdesigned "to create a mental image for the listener and to tell a story, areminder of a very possible and frightening scenario." Says frontman Dafydd,"the songs also have underlying metaphoric meanings, cryptically relating tomore personal real life experiences". From the infectious groove of thecurrent past single 'If We Burn', to the mammoth refrain of the new single'We Are The Danger', the South Wales newcomers have delivered a record thatis sure to propel the band to new horizons.


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