CLAY J GLADSTONE: Dropped New Single 'Sorry' & Tour Dates

ICYMI the self-proclaimed emo pop punk Sydsider weirdos, Clay J Gladstone have released their latest single Sorry in Jan, Yes I know it’s nearly March, but hold up just one second because… the boys have also just announced a handful of tour dates around Aus.



Formed by what they like to call “childhood enemies” vocalist Clay J and guitarist Johnny David started the band as a way to “bury the hatchet and start a racket”, and later recruited Cole Wilkins, Kabir Naval and Omar Hussain to the band.


Sorry is a follow up to Clay J Gladstone’s first single Melancholy Lunacy, which featured on the much loved triple j show Short.Fast.Loud, to which presenter Joshua Rebeard called the song “a track that will kick you in the guts”.


Clay J Gladstone have honestly dubbed their latest track Sorry as a ‘sarcastic emo anthem’, the song and video are very colourful personality wise with a very dark underlying theme, so that means it’s pure pop punk. The band says that the song is “about crippling anxiety and the need to apologize for everything, particularly when you don’t mean it”.


Clay J Gladstone will be hitting the road over March and April with Wolf & Chain and also with the slightly controversial Drastic Park (their memes and post stunts must really stress out potential record managers and labels... don’t ever change lads).


The hybrid tour is called The Wolfstone Park Tour 2021 sponsored by What We Did On The Weekend and Anti Vinyl Vinyl Club. These three bands of misfits are playing one off shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide. Tickets are on sale now, check out the event on Clay J Gladstone’s Facebook.



THE WOLFSTONE PARK TOUR 2021

Feat. Clay J Gladstone, Drastic Park, and Wolf & Chain


SYDNEY/ Friday 26 March/ The Factory Floor/ 18+ (SOLD OUT)

MELBOURNE/ Thursday 1 April/ The Workers Club/ 18+ (TIX AVAILABLE)

ADELAIDE/ Saturday 3 April/ Enigma Bar/ 18+ (TIX AVAILABLE)


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