With a sound and style all their own, Clockwork makes you quickly forget that their songs and performances are coming from such a young band. The St. Louis-based group consisting of Jordan Slone (22, guitar/vocals), Logan Slone (18, bass/vocals) and Logan Mohler (19, drums/vocals) have perfected their brand of acoustically-infused rock, slathered in memorable melodies and striking harmonies.
Formed in 2011, Clockwork has perfected their live show through constant touring throughout the Midwest, performing at countless theaters and nightclubs within a 20 state radius of St. Louis. Additionally, large scale festivals such as SXSW, LouFest, Fair St. Louis, and Red Gorilla, among many others, have exposed Clockwork to an ever-growing audience of supporters. Clockwork has been featured in Alternative Press magazine, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and countless other publications and television outlets. They have been fortunate to have shared the stage with Chuck Berry, The Flaming Lips, Blues Traveler, The Urge, Never Shout Never, and Interpol, among others. Clockwork has received radio airplay on over 150 mainstream and college radio stations throughout the United States and Canada, and have licensing agreements for their music to be featured on MTV, E!, Discovery, Speed, and Lifetime television network programming, among others.
In December 2014, Clockwork released their sophomore effort, titled Not Meant For The Dark. The 12-song album was produced and engineered by Vance Powell (Jack White, Kings of Leon), Chris Grainger (Wilco, Switchfoot), Jason Andrews (Akon, Von Grey), and Matt Amelung (Greek Fire, Story of the Year), each helping showcase the many flavors of Clockwork, from mellow acoustic ballads to raucous electric goodness, and from thought provoking to absolute fun. “Not Meant For The Dark,” as well as the debut album, “Out To Sea,” are available at www.clockworkmusic.net, as well as iTunes and Amazon.