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Clay J Gladstone release Hate Club

‘Hate Club’ is a blistering two-minute wrecking ball, assailing with the emotional ingredients of angst and vitality. Stimulating melodies lead the charge, soaring above punching guitars and thundering drums, amicably hurling towards a fiery hook soaked in early-2000s reminiscence and raw morality.


Alongside the release is the accompanying music video – filmed, directed and edited by Colin Jeffs (Yours Truly, Diamond Construct). Shot at The Burdekin Hotel, featuring long take sequences and nostalgic aesthetics, the clip depicts the band performing the track in front of an enthusiastic live audience, while the plot centres around the multifarious pursuit of a love interest with a startling twist.

Clay J Gladstone talk about the meaning behind ‘Hate Club’: “‘Hate Club’ is about a teenage relationship being torn apart by the jealous friends group, only to have those same jealous friends slide into your DMs months later. It is about standing your ground in a relationship and calling out poor behaviour when you see it; being comfortable hunted by the ‘Hate Club’.”


CLAY J GLADSTONE UPCOMING SHOWS FRI 12 AUG | CHERRY BAR, NAARM/MELBOURNE VIC SAT 27 AUG | WINTER MUSIC FESTIVAL, KEDUMBA/KATOOMBA NSW

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