Clutch at Pol'and'Rock Festival 2021

2021-02-10 12:42:11


Maryland rockers have been pushing the boundaries of heavy rock music since 1991 when the four original members got together in school. The band's debut came in 1993 with the release of their first LP "Transnational Speedway League".  Clutch went on to release 12 albums, each of them traversing a different scope of inspirations: from alt-rock albums of the 90s, psychedelic vibe of the early noughties and acoustic folk and blues from the turn of the first decade of the new millennium. In 2008 the band went on to establish their record label, the Weathermaker. Throughout the years of creative exploration, Clutch has honed their very own, robust and diverse sound. Having been tagged as hard rock, blues rock, southern stoner rock, and alternative metal by the media and fans across the world, it is safe to say that  Clutch are a musical force that has been best described as a quintessential American rock band.



Clutch are proof that solid songwriting combined with powerful music and high-voltage live performances are the keys to lasting success. Navigating the rock music market for almost three decades and still going strong, Cluth can rely on their worldwide fanbase. Their most recent release, "Fortunate Son" from 2019 -  a brand new studio recording of classic CCR single is a part of their anticipated Weathermaker Vault Series, garnered plenty of attention from fans as the band embarked on a European headline tour in the winter of 2019.


The band, which quickly became known for their relentless touring schedule made appearances on some of the biggest and baddest musical festivals, such as Hellfest, Wacken Open Air, and Roskilde. This summer, Clutch will meet with the fantastic audience at Pol'and'Rock Festival.


Line-up of the band:

  • Neil Fallon - Vocals/Guitar
  • Tim Sult - Guitar
  • Dan Maines - Bass
  • Jean-Paul Gaster - Drums/Percussion


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