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Alex Clare is a British songwriter who creates dubstep-influenced electronica, on which he also sings. The Lateness of the Hour is his first full-length album, and was produced by Diplo and Switch, who are best known for their work with M.I.A. and their Major Lazer project. The album was preceded by the singles “Up All Night,” “Too Close,” and “Treading Water.”, Rovi

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Excellent album, don't think Alex Clare gets enough credit for his talent & artistic capability ... Great vocals & the instrumentals within his songs are wicked!

Biography

Born: 1986 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

London, England musician Alex Clare grew up listening to his father’s jazz records, was drawn to blues and soul (Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder), and eventually drum‘n’bass and U.K. garage. Though Clare took up the trumpet and drums as a youngster, he eventually placed an emphasis on guitar and songwriting, playing open-mike nights with original material. A demo earned him a deal with the Island label in the U.K., and he was set up with producers Diplo and Switch, who contributed to the making of...
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