Hailer release new track “Spooky Clams”

By on September 29, 2012

Spooky Clams is a song recorded and written for 2012 – freedom in the information age, discordant peoples, parties, protests and jumbled dream talk…

The story begins in January 2012 in Sydney, Australia at guitarist Pete Beringer’s studio compound. We took the clocks off the walls and by the 8th sunrise we had a new album on tape … but this breakneck speed was bound to crash. A few weeks later, Pete, who engineered the album, dislocated his shoulder whilst cavorting with his girlfriend. Delays to livelihood and album progress ensued by way of surgery, sling and analgesics. The chips were down…

Seven months and 10,000 miles later, Nick Stumpf (Caveman, French Kicks, Coke Weed) mixed and mastered the record in Brooklyn, NYC, and now we have the finished record! It’s funny how life turns around…

“Spooky Clams” is the first single off our second LP Another Way – out February 2013 through Laughing Outlaw & Inertia Records. Links to the song and film clip below.

MP3 – http://soundcloud.com/hailer/spooky-clams
Film Clip – http://youtu.be/uHI8frd_4Ts
Pics – http://www.flickr.com/photos/hailer/


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.