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Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Clinton Kane talks about reeling from breakup with rock-leaning single ‘Go To Hell’

12/11/2021 12:17:23 PM

Filipino-Norwegian singer-songwriter Clinton Kane's new track depicts someone reeling from the dissolution of a romantic relationship.  

Often referred to as “the rock song” on socials, the track Go To Hell shows a different side of this dynamic artist while keeping his songwriting at the forefront.

Clinton emphasized that the song is completely different from anything that he has released in the past, and that it has a more alternative rock-leaning edge to it. 
“Hey my family. Third single of the f*cking year, the rock song, is finally out. I Love you with all my heart. This is Clinton Kane rock era baby! I hope you love the song, and I love you for your patience. I know I’m a big tease, but you are my everything. Go Listen to ‘Go To Hell’ everywhere.” 

A few months ago, the 2022 Vevo DSCVR Artist to Watch fired up the Philippine music charts after “I Guess I’m In Love,” peaked at No. 4 on Spotify Philippines charts, and lorded over local mainstream radio for several months. The heartfelt ballad also emerged as one of the biggest success stories over at TikTok Philippines, with artists such as SB19’s Pablo covering the track.

The Australian-based artist is set to headline a North American tour on spring next year with a 23-date trek that kicks off on 8 April in Oakland, CA and includes stops in Chicago, Boston, New York, Nashville, and more before concluding at Los Angeles’ El Rey Theatre on 12 May.

Aside from that, Clinton Kane is set to release his Kane’s forthcoming debut album due early next year via Columbia Records and Sony Music.

Author: slickmaster | © 2021 The SlickMaster's Files

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