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'Man Made' by Clock Opera Shows Characters with Opposite Roles

 - Mar 19, 2012
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‘Man Made’ by Clock Opera is the latest single released by the band’s debut album 'Ways to Forget.' The video shows a young girl dressed up looking like a greaser from The Outsiders, as she sports a mustache and puts on a Freddy Mercury persona while proceeding to dance freely and entertain two elderly people in wheelchairs. The video ends leaving the audience to interpret its meanings.

The video draws the audience into the visuals, and Clock Opera’s euphoric sounds and reverberating rhythm is hard to miss.
The video’s initial inspiration came from a 450 page novel made entirely out of clippings from a woman’s magazine in the 60s. Man Made is also one of the first songs the band wrote.

Man Made by Clock Opera is set to release April 16th, followed by their debut album on April 23rd, 2012.