The Dirty Clergy's first release from their sophomore album 'Rattlesnake'.
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The Dirty Clergy premiered their "All I Need" performance music video on June 2nd, 2016. The single, from forthcoming album Rattlesnake, was said by Bucket Full of Nails to be "riding a steady groove, full of heart and soul with just a touch of garage grime."
The Dirty Clergy are a garage rock pop band hailing from Winfield, Alabama. Drawing comparisons from bands such as Alice Cooper, T. Rex and Muse, the band's genre-blending sound has its roots firmly planted in an era when rock and roll was at the forefront of music.
Surging onto the scene in 2011, The Dirty Clergy recorded their first EP The Breakdown with The Strokes/Regina Spektor producer Gordon Raphael and released their debut full length Revival later that year. They wasted no time returning to the studio in 2012 to record their sophomore EP, Shake, and this, along with Revival, set them out on the road in the U.S.for the majority of the year.
Rattlesnake, recorded by former Verbena drummer Lester Nuby III, displays the band's evident ability to create a dynamic range of sound. With fervent vocals layering both harmonic hooks and gritty energy, a listen through the album has something for everyone. With its catchy melody and rock and roll vitality, "All I Need" is an addicting first taste of Rattlesnake that will have you hooked.
In a time where music is ruled by electronic, synth, and manufactured sounds, The Dirty Clergy is taking it upon themselves to remind you that rock and roll is still very much alive.