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Canada-born Jonathan Clancy, who currently resides in the magical red-brick city of Bologna, Italy, presents his latest band His Clancyness; a talented dreamy rock collective also comprising of bassist Paul Pieretto, drummer Jacopo Borazzo, synth/keyboardist Giulia Mazza and second bassist/vocalist Emanuela Drei.
Jonathan Clancy first began to gain recognition for his music in 2009, and has had success in various other outfits aside from His Clancyness including A Classic Education. His music was often released in the palpable way that is using cassette tapes and vinyl - something that Clancy admits he's always been a fan of. 'I love the sound of it', he says, while discussing his latest cassette release 'Charade' EP. 'I love the sound of a tape in the car, it just has a thickness to it.'
Bologna, Italy based band A Classic Education's new single, Forever Boy, is the second single from their debut album, Call It Blazing, which was released in October 2011. It follows on from the lead single, Baby Its Fine. A Classic Education has announced their biggest American tour yet, with support from Ganglians and Cloud Nothings on certain dates throughout February; March and April 2012.
Continue: A Classic Education - Forever Boy
Italian alternative rockers A Classic Education have released a new video for forthcoming single 'Baby, It's Fine' ahead of a new run of European live dates, which includes Eurosonic. Full details of the live shows are below. A Classic Education are also set to support Cloud Nothings and Ganglians in the States in February and March, with UK dates to be announced soon.
Continue: A Classic Education - Baby It's Fine
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