Clint Slate – “Long Way From Home”

In their own words, “Clint Slate is a blank page, a clean slate where everything is possible. It’s also a musician teaming with talented artists to serve a single purpose: Creation. Let’s write the next chapters together…” Their album “Wooden Bones” was recorded live on the internet, in a theater and all in ONE TAKE. Thirty musicians including a choir and the jazz saxophonist Olivier Temime melt the genres and the styles to deliver 10 tracks and a unique experience. The album was released on November 29, 2017. Ron ‘Bumblefoot’ Thal (ex-Guns’n’Roses, Sons Of Apollo, Art Of Anarchy) called it “Theatrically beautiful!” and Andy Cairns (Therapy?) said, “The whole ambience reminds me of Spirit of Eden era Talk Talk or some of Radiohead’s more jazzy moments. Very bold sound.”


“Long Way From Home” is an energetic pop song with triumphant and hopeful energy. The track begins with aggressive rock guitar and is backed up by tight shuffling drums. The choir is utilized beautiful layering thick harmonies making the chorus heavenly and angelic. The song goes through many peaks and valleys, changing tempos and tones making it entertaining from beginning to end. You can listen to “Long Way From Home” on our Prime Cuts Playlist on Spotify and Youtube and follow Clint Slate on the links below. Please continue to support artists like Clint Slate and share this music with everyone you know.

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Categories: Experimental - Rock, Pop - Rock, Rock

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