Si Schroeder plays The Workman’s Club this Friday to launch his new single Clocked, with Katie Kim & a DJ set from David Kitt. We’ve a couple of tickets for you to win courtesy of our pals at Dolittle.
‘Holding Patterns’, Si Schroeder’s second album, is nearing completion. In anticipation, a show at the Workmans on June 1 will herald the release of a second single from the album, ‘Clocked’. The song will be available in an extremely limited edition on the night, and also as a download for a limited period.
‘Clocked’, a song with influences ranging from Kubrick’s ‘Paths of Glory’ to J G Ballard’s ‘Empire of the Sun’, is ‘about being hit on the head, metaphorically and literally’, according to Schroeder, who recorded the track between home setups in Achill and Dublin, and in Asylum at Bow Lane Studios, Dublin, with Jimmy Eadie. The track features Joss Moorkens of The Dudley Corporation on drums and Bryan O’Connell on percussion. Production is by Si Schroeder & Jimmy Eadie.
Dolittle presents Si Schroeder Katie Kim David Kitt DJ set The Workmans Club 8pm, Friday June 1st