New Music Friday: Working Men’s Club – Working Men’s Club

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It feels like it’s been waiting just around the corner all year, but this New Music Friday has finally brought the release of Working Men’s Club‘s debut album – have a listen on Live4ever below.

A lot has changed already for the band since their 2019 single Teeth topped Live4ever’s end-of-year tracks list in the final month of that year, a gradual evolution in both sound and line-up eventually culminating today with the release of a self-titled record that was first unveiled all the way back in March after sessions with producer Ross Orton.

“At times, they’re just bloody lovely,” Live4ever’s 8/10 review reads, “the glistery Madchester frescoes of Outside and Tomorrow for all the world sounding like the sort of pilled up escapism teenage hostages sometimes plump for, while the Berliner techno muscle of A.A.A.A. shifts to nihilism, distorted vocals and grinding low end sounding like the thoughts you might have inside your head if the surroundings didn’t have it in a vice.”

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