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Clementine Was Right Shares “Meet Me In The Dark,” Announces New LP

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After teasing a surprise song drop, Clementine Was Right has officially released their new track, “Meet Me In The Dark.” Self-described “yokel fuzz” act also previously released “There Are No More Almond Trees,” “River Boys,” and “Takes Tall Walks.” All four tracks are set to appear on their newly-announced forthcoming record Tell Yourself You’re Going Home, which is slated for release on May 10.

If you’re new to the Clementine Was Right fandom, know that the band is much more than Denver-based poets Mike Young and Gion Davis. The project includes 30 people across the country who contributed to Tell Yourself You’re Going Home. Young opted to incorporate at least one cameo from each person who’s inspired his art thus far. In fact, the header photo above reveals a photo collage by Jordan Altergott and is said to include every person, van, and ocean in the Clementine Was Right collective.

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If you’re craving raw, country-tinged emo tracks (“bootgaze,” if you will) that celebrate community and thought-provokingly examine the human condition, including grief and loss, Clementine Was Right is the rising musical experiment for you. Check out their new track “Meet Me In The Dark” with its accompanying music video featuring real-life friends of the duo.

Tell Yourself You’re Going Home Tracklist:

1. There Are No More Almond Trees
2. Attic Full Of Barbie Limousines
3. Coca Cola Vigil
4. Secret To Let Go
5. Meet Me In The Dark
6. River Boys
7. It’s Ketchup (We’re Fuckups)
8. Take Tall Walks
9. Goddamn Universe
10. Imagine A Fire You Can Wear As A Coat

If you are located in Denver, make sure to swing by Marquis Theater on April 25. The band will be opening for Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties. Grab your tickets here.

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