A little while back, I interviewed old friend Clara Barker about her second album, Fine Art & The Breslins. It’s a great album and now I’ve had a chance to listen to it a few times, it’s clear just how smart, and clear-eyed, Clara’s work on it is.
(Photography by another old friend, also an amazingly talented Castle Rushen High School veteran Mr Orry Maddrell.) Clara Barker is one of my oldest friends. Seriously, I’ve known her since we were both (Oh Jesus) 13? 14? Whatever age society arbitrarily decides the best possible thing to do is throw you into the shark infested
I’ve known Clara Barker for what may officially be a ridiculous amount of time. Her rapier wit, total compassion for her friends and abject refusal to give even the slightest of shits shone like a beacon through the frequently horrific events of our final years at school. Since then, I’ve gone onto the freelance Clark