Signed to Alan Mcgee’s prestigious record label ‘Creation23’
Also recently picked up by esteemed ‘WME’ Agency


The Clockworks are a brand new, upcoming post-punk band hailing from Galway, Ireland. The four piece are set to release their debut single ‘Bills & Pills’ this October 4th which will then pave the way for their upcoming Autumn tour.

The punchy new track sees the band blending their ‘intense post-punk music’ with brilliant, snarling kitchen sink observations. With a catchy, hooky chorus and direct, uncontrived lyrics, this has the making of a chart topping hit that you won’t be able to get out of your head for days.

Having been signed to Alan McGee’s record label ‘Creation23’ immediately after their move to London, the quartet already have a brilliant array of live gigs under their belt, including Brighton’s much admired new-music-championing ‘Great Escape Festival’. Along with this, the band have made way into radio, so far appearing on SiriusXM, Soccer AM, BBC Radio 6, BBC Wales & many more. On top of this, earlier this year the band were picked up by the esteemed WME Agency, leading them to open for indie favourites ‘Kings of Leon’ at Sefton Park, Liverpool, and go on to take stage at the Electric Picnic Festival in Ireland too! Their autumn tour will be shortly underway, with dates below:


Oct 11 – The Water Rats, London

Nov 8 – Shepherds Bush Empire, London *

Nov 9 – Stylus, Leeds *

Nov 15 – Trinity Centre, Bristol *

Nov 16 – Lemon Grove, Exeter *

Nov 23 – Waterfront, Norwich *

* supporting The Bluetones

Dec 5 – Dublin (TBA)

Dec 6 – Roisin Dubh, Galway



“The best rehearsal I have seen since the 90s with Oasis is The Clockworks. What a band…” – Alan McGee (Oasis, Primal Scream, Jesus & Mary Chain)

“Their music and stage presence is reminiscent of The Clash & Madness. A heavy beat contrasted with bouncing lyrics – their tracks are clever and memorable.’ – This Feeling

“The Clockworks are turning into one of Galway’s biggest success stories… they’re a gritty, honest, energetic punk band.” – This Is Galway

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