In July's edition of We Used To Party, Clem Snide, undoubtedly spoilt for choice with folk-legend Neil Young's impressive discography, have chosen to take on his 1975 album, Zuma, as part of this year's Faraday Festival.
Founded in 1991, Clem Snide played mostly local gigs before being signed to a label in 1999. After a less-than-successful post-9/11 tour, the group began to lose momentum and eventually disbanded in 2005 after the release of two more failed albums. They reunited, however, in 2009 and this year released their seventh record The Meat of Life. With Clem Snide's indie-rock sound a far cry from Young's folksy melodies, We Used To Party hosts a performance of timeless music with a contemporary twist.