The Wall Clocks blaze a fresh new trail amidst the predictable sounds of the last few years. Their songwriting and musicianship reflect British rock roots, but their timeless originality makes any comparisons unnecessary. The Ambassador Magazine voted “best local band” is a must see.

The contagious live energy of this Detroit four-piece has wowed audiences from The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor and The Magic Stick in Detroit to The Abbey in Chicago.

They have been the supporting band for national headliners such as Gin Blossoms and The Romantics. The Wall Clocks were selected by 96.3 WDVD and 93.1 DOUG - FM to perform at the Rockin’ the Eve event on New Years Eve 2010 in Royal Oak, Michigan in front of an audience thousands strong.

They have performed on stages that have also graced by the likes of John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana, Sonic Youth, as well as some of their hometown Detroit heroes, such as The White Stripes, The Dead Weather, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, and Ted Nugent.

The debut album from The Wall Clocks, Odds and Beginnings, has been successfully received in the United States, as well as in Europe and Japan.

With a seamless mix between edgy rocking numbers, hooky mid-tempos, and artful acoustic and piano driven ballads, every listener can find something to speak to them. But, despite the variety, each and every song sounds uncannily like The Wall Clocks. The band is currently in the studio recording their second album, with a slated 2011 release.

In their debut album Odds and Beginnings, released in July of 2009, The Wall Clocks showcase their diverse collection of tunes, words, sounds that will remind you why Rock and Roll just might be the answer.

Here’s what some people are saying about The Wall Clocks:

                                    “The epitome of what is Rock & Roll”

     “Contemporary retro-esque rock with
       dedication to craft that is refreshingly and
       convincingly honest.”

                                    “Good Detroit Rock and Roll”

       “Music that transcends even my darkest mood
       and speaks to me on my brightest days”

                                    “I could listen to their songs every day”

       “A great CD to drive to”

                                    “One of my favourite new bands”