Limelight Belfast by arrangement with MCD and  United Talent Presents:
& Guests
The Limelight 1, Belfast 
Tuesday 21st July 2020
Doors 7pm *EARLY SHOW*
Tickets £25 + Booking Fee
18+ Only
US Rock band CLUTCH are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at The Limelight 1 on Tuesday 21st July 2020. The band recently released “Fortunate Son.” The single is the fourth in a series of new studio recordings that comprise the newly launched  Weathermaker Vault Series. Tickets on sale Friday December 13th @ 8am from Katy’s Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Northern Ireland customers 0844 277 44 55 & Republic of Ireland customers 0818 719 300. 

“Growing up it was hard not to hear CCR’s Fortunate Son on the radio, on TV or even at the county fair. The groovy backbeat and sloshy hi-hats that introduce John Fogerty’s timeless lyrics written so many years ago could be found everywhere. While it may be true to say that Fortunate Son could be seen as a political song we think it’s bigger than that. For us, Fortunate Son is an inspirational song. For that reason, we’d like to dedicate the song to the most inspirational person we’ve ever had in our lives, our late manager Jack Flanagan. Jack Flanagan was no Fortunate Son. He worked tirelessly and passionately all the while keeping a razor-sharp sense of humor until his last days. Thank you Jack for making us better than we ever thought we could be.” – Jean-Paul Gaster

“Fortunate Son” was mixed by 6X Grammy Award winner and Clutch collaborator, Vance Powell (Wolfmother, The Raconteurs, Arctic Monkeys). 

In the video that accompanies this release Tim Sult pays homage to Jack Flanagan by playing Jack’s beloved 90’s Les Paul. The video was shot at J Robbins’ Magpie Cage Recording Studio in Baltimore, MD. J Robbins produced the Clutch albums “Robot Hive/Exodus” and “Strange Cousins From The West” and has recorded all of the WM Vault Series singles.

Clutch also released of their 12th studio album, the gloriously titled “Book of Bad Decisions”in 2018. Recorded over three weeks at Sputnik Studios in Nashville, “Book of Bad Decisions” was produced by four-time Grammy winner Vance Powell (Seasick Steve, The White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys, etc.), a man who apparently knows that a one degree angle change in microphones makes a difference to how an instrument sounds.

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