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Byline: JULES BOYLE CLAP YOUR HANDS SAY YEAH SWG3, Glasgow, January 28 Bands always say Glasgow is a great place to play as the crowd make it clear whether they like you or not.
Since then, the venue has played host to artists ranging from old school: Spin Doctors, A Flock of Seagulls, Erasure and George Clinton, to mainstream such as Usher, Radio 4, The Rapture, Train, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Gavin Degraw, Joss Stone, The Fray, Ne-Yo, Wyclef Jean and most recently, Beyonce Knowles.
Jonny Greenwood was widely celebrated for his soundtrack to There Will Be Blood, and Colin Greenwood collaborated with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah on the score for the upcoming film Woodpecker.
Cold War Kids - Robbers and Cowards (V2) ** A Californian quartet, Cold War Kids' cause has been helped considerably by a support slot with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, and heavy rotation of their recent single, Hang Me Up to Dry - energised indie rock fare, with a defined blues undercurrent.
Mitchell: We went to see Clap Your Hands Say Yeah the other night.
Hence the huge buzz over here around new American indie bands like Arcade Fire and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
The mobile music tour is bringing top artists including CSS, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Gang Gang Dance, Datarock, Avi Buffalo, MEN, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, Rainbow Arabia and more to Reservoir Street in Echo Park for its annual Los Angeles Block Party.
Liam Kelly's shouty vocals remind of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.