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Save The Clocktower Visit Vocalo’s Live From Studio 10 For Interview, Performance

Posted in Save The Clocktower,Vocalo by Jaime Black on August 19th, 2012


A new podcast of Vocalo’s Live From Studio 10 program has posted online, featuring Save The Clocktower. The episode features a live set and interview, and is hosted by The Music Vox on Vocalo host Jesse Menendez. Find that episode below, following Save The Clocktower’s recent interview on the CVU podcast, in support of their new album, Through The Glass.

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New CVU Podcast Cover Story Series: Save The Clocktower!


This week on the ChicagoVerseUniteD Cover Story Series audio podcast: Jimmy Shenk, Greg Newton, and Sean Paras of Save The Clocktower! The trio visit the CVU podcast to discuss the creation of their new album, Through The Glass, the record’s more accessible sound, and working with Genevieve Schatz of Company Of Thieves. Stream or download that podcast below, and catch STC live on August 10th at Double Door (tix) for the Through The Glass record release show.



Save The Clocktower Return With Smoother Sound In New Single “Like That”

Posted in Save The Clocktower by Jaime Black on May 15th, 2012

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In early 2011, local electro-pop act Save The Clocktower released its debut full length, Carousel.Now, less than a year and a half later, the group is back with comparably more organic track, “Like That.” The song is the first single from the band’s forthcoming Through The Glass effort, set to drop on July 3rd. Check out the group’s new, smoother sound in the video player below.

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Come To The Show: Save The Clocktower: Tonight, Saturday Feb. 26th @ The Hideout

Posted in Save The Clocktower by Jaime Black on February 26th, 2011


Local electronic indie pop act Save The Clocktower releases its debut full length effort Carousel today, and, as such, the group headlines The Hideout tonight, Saturday, February 26th. Get to know the band with two tracks from the style traipsing Carousel below, including the drum machine pop of “Drip” and the slinky “The One Thing,” which helps fill the role Walter Meego once occupied in the city with a repeating chipcore ping and vocoded vocals. Stream both cuts below.

Save The Clocktower – “Drip”

Save The Clocktower – “The One Thing”

Update: This article’s title originally incorrectly referred to the Save The Clocktower show as happening Sunday, when in fact it the concert happens tonight.