Save The Clocktower

Save The Clocktower

 Chicago, Illinois, USA

Save The Clocktower is a Chicago-based alternative pop band that crafts music influenced by decades of rock and roll, pop, soul, and electronic music the band grew up listening to. Their most recent album was called "an infectious collection of indie-pop songs" by NPR's World Cafe.


Save The Clocktower began as a band in 2008, when life long friends Greg Newton (drums, vocals), Sean Paras(guitar, vocals), and Jimmy Shenk(keyboards) recorded their self-titled EP, which they self- released in 2009.

In 2011, they released their first full-length album, "Carousel", earning them the reputation as, "one of those acts you should be telling your friends about" [].

Then Save The Clocktower wrote, recorded, and produced ten new songs. Greg engineered and mixed the album, as he had done for the band's previous releases.

"Through The Glass" was released in the summer of 2012. The band gained national attention when the album's track "Like That" was featured on NPR's Word Cafe.


Carousel (2011)

Through The Glass (2012)