Today we are happy to once again join forces with the lads of OFFICER for the release of their new live video for “Tilt The Clox,” a visual that captures the essence of what you can expect at one of their live performances.

This is the bands first ever live session since they formed, they went into a local live room in a West London industrial estate for a few hours and recorded 12 songs from their new sophomore album NIGHT TENNIS, their debut album MYRIADS, and a couple of covers.

The band comments “I’ve loved having this band come together recently. This is our first ever live session together. OFFICER has been a slightly odd endeavour in that it’s been me on my own, but then along the way I’ve done a lot of the recordings and gigs with various different combinations of incredibly talented friends, which I love about it. It’s a unifying an uplifting thing to be able to get people who play with a lot of heart performing with me, especially where they have otherwise had their musical soul lying dormant for long periods of time with the daily pressures of life in the rat race getting the better of us. It’s the feeling of that thing where the music takes on a life of its own and becomes bigger than the group of people playing it; more than the sum of it’s parts. So yeah, we got our loud little clan together, bundled our bleary selves into a live room in West London and had a damn fine time filming and recording twelve songs together, with this new kind of political song borne out of personal experiences called ‘Tilt The Clox’ being the first to be released from my upcoming new album. “

OFFICER, Tilt The Clox, Live Session London

OFFICER is singer-songwriter Dc Logan and a collaborative collective of his musician friends. Born in Glasgow, raised in Northern Ireland Logan drifted to London to get his music heard and has been playing the circuit for the past few years.

He plays under the name of OFFICER as it signifies both everything and nothing – Officers are ordinary and occupy almost every sphere of culture – they are present everywhere but rule nowhere.

OFFICER recently played to sold out crowds at Camden Assembly and Notting Hill Arts Club and more gigs are about to be announced soon, details and more info here

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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