Another review is in from the might SYFFAL. He says, “The Road to Anhedonia is pretty much the perfect autumn album and Jim Clements is an amazing asshole that I just want to hug and say thank you to for making something so god damn beautiful.”
You can read the full article here
There aren’t nearly enough photos of my wonderful band up here, so I thought I’d add this lovely shot below. From left to right, that’s Rolla Olak, Richard Clements, Rob Butterfield, and Jenn Bojm, geniuses all.
The first round of reviews are in, with both SoundsXP and Nanobot Rock weighing in with very flattering reviews. Here are a few excerpts:
“With rolling purpose and southwestern bass reminiscent of The Outlaws, Clements sparks a fire of folk and songwriting that you’ll want to let burn while you dance around its glory with praise and raw enthusiasm” - Greg (Nanobot - read the full review here
“To be frank, there is a hell of a lot to this record and it’s an absolute clinic on witty lyrics and raw emotion... I rank Jim Clements among some of the finest practitioners of the songwriting craft” - Kevin (Nanobot - read the full review here
“Musically these are probably Clements’ strongest efforts yet, often conjuring a real early--hours atmosphere... So whilst the temptation to shrug off another downbeat country album might be all-too-understandably strong, it’d be a mistake in this case. Jim Clements is still a cut above” - Matt (Sounds XP - read the full review here
Okay folks, it’s finally here! You can read the first review of the record here
Head over to the Music
page and buy your copy today. It’s currently only available through this website, and you can either buy the CD (which comes with a free digital download) or just download the songs as MP3s, WAVs, or whatever takes your fancy.
And don’t forget to let me know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
Well, it’s been several months since we finished recording, and the new album is almost ready for release! We’re anticipating that it should be available for order in Spring 2012.
In the meantime, we’ve put together a little Christmas present: the succinctly titled “Three Murders, Two Depressive Episodes, And Some Breaking And Entering: An Introduction To Jim Clements.” This free EP features two songs from each of Jim Clements’ records, including a sneak preview of two songs from the upcoming ‘The Road To Anhedonia’!
Download it by visiting our BandCamp page here