Sparse, affecting songwriting...

Gavin Clark is a name that might not be familiar to you - but his voice will be.

The songwriter appears at the end of This Is England, his voice intoning a moving version of The Smiths' 'Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want' to bring down the curtain on one of British cinema's finest moments.

Sadly passing away last year, Gavin Clark's work left a deep impression on all who heard it. TOYDRUM - Pablo Clements and James Griffith - vowed to see his album sessions through to completion, resulting in Evangelist.

Part collaboration and part tribute, the album will be released on December 11th and it's a moving, inspiring ode to creation.

Clash is able to premiere the video for 'Whirlwind Of Rubbish' and the track is a wonderfully sparse, deeply affecting piece of songwriting. TOYDRUM's production seems to take the song to another place entirely, while the visuals lend another dimension to 'Whirlwind Of Rubbish'.

Check it out now.

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