Clementine & The Galaxy’s whirling blend of soaring vocals and synth-driven electronic pop has earned them a reputation as one of indie music’s fastest rising acts. The NYC-based duo of vocalist Julie Hardy and producer Mike MacAllister have only released a handful of Internet singles – original tracks Crying My Whole Heart Out and Complication and a captivating cover of Nirvana’s Heart Shaped Box + video– but already critics such as Time Out New York, The Huffington Post AOL Spinner and Deli Magazine (which ranked the band one of their top Emerging Artists for 2012 & 2013) taking notice. With the band’s self-titled debut EP set for release April 9th, Clementine & The Galaxy is poised to become one of 2013’s breakthrough artists.
Today the band reveals Robot, a brand new track from their forthcoming self-titled debut EP. The track is available for streaming and free download via their Soundcloud page, where you can also find previously released tracks and remixes.
The band will perform live this coming Thursday January 17th at Glasslands Gallery in Williamsburg as part of the Popgun Showcase with Beast Patrol, Dynasty Electric, and Teletextile. On February 12th NYC’s Bowery Electric will host a Special Evening With Clementine & The Galaxy including the video premiere for Robot. Watch this space for further details.
About Clementine & The Galaxy:
Front-woman Julie Hardy is a professional singer who has performed live with Ellie Goulding on Saturday Night Live, St. Vincent on David Letterman, and in countless television commercials and films. A jazz vocalist by training, Hardy is a successful solo artist who has received rave reviews from the New York Times, Time Out New York, Downbeat and Jazz Times. In addition to her work as a performer, Hardy also teaches Vocal Jazz at New York City’s prestigious The New School. Producer/composer Mike MacAllister’s music has been featured in ads for XBox, Nike, and Levis, and has scored multiple films including “Freakonomics: The Movie” and “The Spirt of Laxmi,” which were selected to premiere Tribeca Film Festival.