Working Men’s Club Tour and Music News

Watch Working Men’s Club, Greentea Peng perform live for Later…With Jools Holland

Posted on 02 Nov 2020 at 7:07am

They’re of course in remote settings these days, but two of 2020’s brightest new talents were the live guests of Later…With Jools Holland last weekend – check out performances from Working Men’s Club and Greentea Peng below.

Working Men’s Club hit top spot on UK Record Store Chart with debut album

Posted on 10 Oct 2020 at 5:35am

Working Men’s Club have hit the top spot on the UK Record Store Chart after their self-titled debut album finally got its release last week.

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

Posted on 02 Oct 2020 at 6:01am

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.

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Album Review: Working Men’s Club – Working Men’s Club

Posted on 25 Sep 2020 at 8:01am

Sometimes, home just isn’t where the heart is.

Sydney Minsky-Sargeant lives in Todmorden, a market town which lies at the foot of the Pennines and, due to a peculiar quirk of geography, has a more precipitous microclimate and tendency for darker skies.

Things aren’t all bad: it’s also the home of the co-operative run Golden Lion which, along with the Trades Club in nearby Hebden Bridge, has built a reputation for shows featuring acts who otherwise might have been drawn to nearby Manchester or Leeds.

This doesn’t stop the opening song of his band’s eponymously titled debut album being about the effect of living in such a cultural wasteland though; on Valleys he snarks, ‘Trapped inside a town/Inside a mind/stuck with no ideas/I’m running out of time’, but the kicker is that all this bitterness is framed by big house phrases and an abrasive, Hooky-in-New-Order bassline, almost exactly the opposite of the sound you’d expect to be emanating from the local dark Satanic mill.

Red Rum Club, Working Men’s Club, Jamie Webster, The Murder Capital among first names for Sound City 2021

Posted on 21 Sep 2020 at 6:46am

Red Rum Club, Working Men’s Club, Jamie Webster, The Murder Capital and The Mysterines are some of the artists who’ve been confirmed for the return of Sound City in Liverpool next year.

Working Men’s Club preview delayed debut album with Valleys

Posted on 12 Aug 2020 at 9:24am

Whilst many albums have been the subject of delays thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s not many we’re having to wait longer for than the Working Men’s Club debut, but another preview has at least been shared today as the new release date ever so slowly approaches on October 2nd.

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Working Men’s Club are streaming a ‘megamix’ version of their delayed debut album

Posted on 08 Jun 2020 at 6:43am

It’ll now be October before Working Men’s Club debut album sees the light of day, and so to keep things ticking over the band have come up with something quite unusual.

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Working Men’s Club confirm release of self-titled debut album in June

Posted on 11 Mar 2020 at 8:41am

Working Men’s Club have confirmed their self-titled debut album will be released on June 5th.

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Working Men’s Club release new single White Rooms And People

Posted on 10 Feb 2020 at 7:28am

Working Men’s Club have released their first single of the year, White Rooms And People.

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2019 News Round Up, Part 2: Glastonbury, Billie Eilish, Stormzy, Coldplay and more

Posted on 30 Dec 2019 at 6:58am

During the course of 2019, Live4ever’s News Round-Up has each week been bringing seven days of top news stories to our readers – in the second part of our year retrospective, we look back at some of the biggest headlines in British music we featured between July and December…

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