Producer Click Clack Completes Album Trilogy With ‘House Of Click 3’ 

Out now, ‘House Of Click 3’ marks the third in the trilogy of albums from producer, Click Clack. The new album comprises 26 tracks, and while they traverse a wide spectrum of subgenres, they all come together under the electronic mantle.

Click Clack took 6 months to complete ‘House Of Click 3’, and in so doing he made sure he perfected every note, every bar, every beat, taking from his own knowledge of techno and EDM music, and pouring himself emotionally into each track.

The album is also perhaps Click Clack’s best album so far, and comes with a music video for the track, ‘I’m Lost’, with other videos in the works.

Club ready, the album highlights include the afore-mentioned, ‘I’m Lost’, which comes in at number 11, as well as the high energy ‘Drunk Drunk’ (track 18), and album closer, ‘No More’.

Click Clack, from London, takes his inspiration from a wide range of sounds, ranging from progressive trance to tech house and deep house genres. On his YouTube channel he treats listeners to monthly Studio Sessions, where he blends EDM and techno tracks, often incorporating his exclusive unreleased materials straight from his London studio. After the death of his muse, i_o, the American DJ and producer, Garrett Falls Lockhart, back in 2020, Click Clack re-evaluated his musical motivation, and breathed new life into his production and DJ work.

Click Clack has already performed at Ministry Of Sound, and The Egg London, and in so doing has garnered for himself a considerable following.

‘House Of Click 3’ is out now, and can be streamed and downloaded here. You can watch the music video for ‘I’m Lost’ below. Find out more about Click Clack and his music online on InstagramFacebook, Spotify, and Apple Music.

I'm Lost - Click Clack

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