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CLAMM Announce New EP ‘Disembodiment’, Share ‘Change Enough’

CLAMM have announced their return with their first new music in almost two years, following the release of their 2022 album Care. A new EP, Disembodiment, is set for release on Friday July 19th via independent label Meat Machine Records. To coincide with the EP’s announcement, the Melbourne-based post-punk trio have shared its lead single entitled ‘Change Enough’.

In a joint press statement, the band explained that the song “speaks on the importance of counting to change oneself”. “Change, whilst not easy, is necessary especially during violent times where individuals around the world are feeling let down by their respective governments’ inaction toward the murder of innocent civilians,” they said.

CLAMM – ‘Change Enough’

Disembodiment is the band’s debut EP, despite being a band for some five years. Their first official release was their debut album Beseech Me, which was released in April of 2021. Care followed in August of 2022. Since the release of Care, the band have toured extensively in support of the album both locally and internationally – including tours with A Place To Bury Strangers and Preoccupations.

To launch ‘Change Enough’, CLAMM will play a stand-alone headlining show in their native Melbourne on Tuesday, June 18th at the John Curtin Hotel. Tickets are on sale now via Oztix.

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