With the release of their third album, Heartland, comes the addition of a third member to the group Client. Joining the mysterious Client A and Client B is the equally sultry Client E.
For those of you unfamiliar with the band, they sing a flavor of synth-pop that will throw you back to the days or early Erasure and Depeche Mode. You could even go so far as to call it techno / industrial lite, which accounts for the bands move to Metropolis Records, a label known for their electronic / dance roster, and the tight black dresses the three clients adorn themselves in.
For those of you who have heard Client before, if you enjoyed their previous albums, you'll probably enjoy this one as well. Even with the addition of a third member, the girls stick with what they do best: detached unimpassioned lyrics over electronic dance beats. Listen to Client A, B, and E sing exhibits X (the title track of the album), Y (who could have thought singing about a copier machine could sound so good?), and Z (when they say wet dreams, they're not talking about bladder control problems) below to figure out if they're your thing or not.
Client - Heartland : Heartland
Client - Zerox Machine (Adam & the Ants Cover) : Heartland
Clinic - Diary of an 18 year old boy (wet dreams mix) : http://www.client-online.net/