You've No Clue Do You
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Poised to launch from his status as one of fringe-folk's most critically adored artists and into the mainstream, King Creosote will release the new single 'You've No Clue Do You' on September 3rd. The single is the first to be taken from his eagerly anticipated album for Names / 679 / Warners entitled 'Bombshell' that follows on September 10th. 'Bombshell' is the successor to King Creosote's widely acclaimed 2005 album 'KC Rules OK'.
King Creosote - also known as the Fife-based singer-songwriter Kenny Anderson has delivered his finest hour to date with 'Bombshell'. Highlights include the propulsive single 'You've No Clue Do You', the best country rock highway driver the Eagles never wrote ("they couldn't have managed the Fife accent, or the lyrical puns on Cluedo.") At the other end of the Creosote spectrum is 'The Racket They Made', a shimmering, hymnal duet written by Anderson with fellow Fencer HMS Ginafore. Between these polarities, there is menace aplenty in the title track, and a healthy slice of romantic self-mockery - Anderson's default mode as a lyricist - in 'Cowardy Custard'. The 'You've No Clue Do You' single features a remix courtesy of Kris Menace.
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