Clamber are a five-piece band hailing from the south-east of England. Their unique blend of 'armchair pop' provides nods towards their early folk influences and love of indie pop, marrying lyrical vulnerability with a pared-back, atmospheric tone to create a captivating and forward-thinking take on indie pop. Their show at Hoxton will celebrate the release of their debut EP, ‘Places I Caught Myself Thinking’, which will also be released on February 9th. The bands origins lie in South West London-based secondary school friends Kieran Daly and Charlie Richardson, who have been playing together since they were 14. Kieran then met Izzy Rodol (Southend) and Haydn Francis (Peacehaven) at university, as well as Harry Ford (Kent) through musical projects. Their first headline at the legendary Camden Assembly in January 2023 sold out. Expect catchy sun-kissed indie pop bangers on ‘Places I Caught Myself Thinking’ and at the show!