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Clockwork debuts sneak peek at upcoming album with new video

They've charmed their fans with their recent series of videos and Facebook antics, but Saint Louis indie rock band Clockwork's latest is a seriously good early look at their upcoming album.

In their latest video, Clockwork band members Jordan and Logan Slone introduce their new song while taking a few light hearted digs at percussionist Logan Mohler. If your idea of fun is watching two guys nod along and do a bit of leg percussion to music playing on their phone, this is the video for you.

The video has a full cut of the track “All Right”, which will feature on their new album. It's assumed that the album will drop later this year, but the band members haven't said one way or another on any of their social media platforms.

Although the video officially dropped several days ago, the band had to reupload the “All Right” video earlier this Wednesday. According to their Facebook page, it was due to “circumstances beyond [their] control” that the video was originally removed.

The Clockwork page on YouTube is filled with videos of the band's recent hijinks, although some videos are Facebook exclusive. Remember when they drank ketchup for page likes? Yeah, that is a Facebook only video. But their YouTube page has them performing at local Saint Louis venue Mad Magician, singing for their food, and parodying the Jay Z/Solange elevator fight, as well as the “All Right” promo video seen above.

Clockwork's debut album, Out To Sea, was released in February of last year. It is currently available for purchase through iTunes, Amazon, and the band's official website/Bandcamp page. It is also currently streaming via Spotify.

Their next live show is August 16 at the Chesterfield Amphitheater in Chesterfield, Missouri.

Update: The Clockwork band has confirmed, via Twitter, that the new album will be coming out in late fall of this year. There is no album titled attached to it yet, and "All Right" is the only confirmed track on it to date.

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