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Tim Burgess of The Charlatans Shares Video for “Clutching Insignificance”

I Was Now Features Members of The Horrors, My Bloody Valentine Primal Scream, Klaxons, and Ladyhawke

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On Record Store Day Tim Burgess of The Charlatans released I Was Now, a 10-year-old unreleased album featuring Burgess on vocals, along with an all-star lineup that includes Ladyhawke, Josh Hayward (The Horrors), Martin Duffy (Felt/ Primal Scream), Debbie Googe (My Bloody Valentine), and Steffan Halperin (The Chavs/Klaxons). Now he has shared a video for the album’s “Clutching Insignificance.” Chris Walker and Darren Groucutt directed the video, which is a static shot that starts with an out of focus image of Burgess singing the song until he finally comes into clearer view. Watch it below via Weirdo Music Forever (who premiered it).

Previously Burgess shared the album’s first single, “Inspired Again.” I Was Now was released on limited edition blue vinyl on Record Store Day, but tomorrow (June 1) it gets a regular wide release on all formats, including black vinyl.

The album was recorded December 28th and December 31st 2008. As Burgess explained in a previous press release: “It was snowing, Josh had to get back [to London] for New Year’s Eve. We were complaining about how boring things were between Christmas and New Year, so we got together to record some songs. It was back then. Not now. Some songs were more complete than others, others appear on this record more finished than others.”

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