Live Gig Videos: Bands in Transit featuring Clock Opera, Theme Park and Race Horses

By on Thursday, 10th November 2011 at 4:00 pm
 

Bands In Transit were present at the Huw Stephens-curated SWN Festival in late October to capture the best of the bill in front of the iconic Cardiff Castle.

Clock Opera (pictured above) previously toured with Everything Everything (read Luke’s review of their support slot in 2010 in Leeds here) and been associated with Metronomy (download their remix of ‘The Bay’ on this previous MP3 of the Day post). In the first video, they play ‘Lesson Number 7’, the hard working band’s forthcoming single on Moshi Moshi, which shows off their ethereal and theatrical sound.

Next up we have London’s Theme Park, described by many including Paul Lester as having a desire to take Talking Heads’ funk-rock mantle as their own. The band have already supported Bombay Bicycle Club this autumn and many think this is a band to watch in 2012.

Last but certainly not least, to have a bit of local flavour, we also have a video from Cardiff’s very own Race Horses. They play their track ‘See No Green’ (not to be confused with Cee Lo Green…a little editor humour…)

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