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Winterlight - Single

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Album Review

Clearlake — a late-'90s Britpop band ably led by Jason Pegg — has come along as a descendant of other whimsical U.K. acts. This maxi-single finds Clearlake mixing in bits of somewhat mundane modern Brit angst (cf. Radiohead, Pulp, and even lesser-known bands like Muse and Geneva) with an imaginative, "magical" sound that finds the group outshining many of its duller U.K. contemporaries. "Winterlight" starts out as a sparse tune with great vocals before the guitars kick in. Only the twisted pop song "Jumble Sailing" fails to connect. They've also released another maxi-single, "Don't Let the Cold In," which earned them deservedly heavy radio rotation in the U.K.

Biography

Formed: January, 2000 in England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Formed in the English seaside town of Hove, Clearlake's eccentric take on music has baffled, bewildered, and beguiled both the press and public since they debuted with the "Winterlight" single in January 2000 on the Domino offshoot label Dusty Company. Jason Pegg (vocals/guitar/keyboards), who had moved to the town to attend art college, played in oddball combos the Fish Brothers and Not a Bit of Wood before forming Clearlake with college friend Sam Hewitt (keyboards/samples). Bassist David Woodward...
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