The mysterious, dark, and intellectual imagery dictated by the lyrical and musical intrigue is what really defines Demian Clav, a band from Nates, France. Founded in 2005 during the recording of Nightfall's Prayers, this is the Demian Clav trio. Between 1993 and 1998, LSK was the singer of a french dark-wave group called Evidence. Some of the tracks he wrote for Evidence appear on the first Demian Clav album, "Nightfall's Prayers," an album whose subject matter and music is influenced and inspired by thinkers, artists, and authors such as Kierkegaard, Hölderlin, Nerval, Arnulf Rainer, Bach, Tarkovski, Simone Weil, Warhol, Peter Hammill, Kerouac, Jean Luc Godard, and others.
Demian Clav's passion perfect emotionally charged poetry rises to peaks of perfection and pureness. Certainly one of the brightest songwriting talent to come out of France in the last several years.