Working Men’s Club share new track ‘X’

Working Men’s Club press photo
Photo credit: Steve Hockett

Breakout UK act Working Men’s Club have shared new track X and its accompanying video, out now via Heavenly Recordings. Watch the video clip via YouTube below. Purchase or stream X here.

X is the first new music from Working Men’s Club since their acclaimed self-titled debut was released in the autumn of 2020. The album was the band’s perfect statement of intent and X functions as the delivery, the message, the action. X rides on a sustained attack and gives way to a glorious synth-heavy release of a chorus that’s just biding its time for a summer of discontent and dancing. This is the sound of your new favourite band hitting their stride. Count the days ’til you can see them in a field or in a club again. 

X was recorded, produced and mixed by Ross Orton, the video was directed by the band’s visual team, Steve Hockett and IMPA TV. Talking about the video Steve comments: “The video is a visual exploration of the line “there’s no start to this end”. Shot in a big ex-industrial fridge by IMPATV, we filmed Syd’s live performance with graphic projections using live analogue video feedback.” 

Having just played a set premiering the new track at this year’s virtual 6 Music festival, the band have announced a headline U.K. tour in November, culminating in their biggest show to date at the Brixton Electric in London. Full dates are listed below.

Working Men’s Club tour dates
11/7/2021 – Engine Rooms – SOUTHAMPTON
11/8/2021 – The Globe – CARDIFF
11/10/2021 – The Fleece – BRISTOL
11/11/2021 – Stylus – LEEDS
11/12/2021 – The Ritz – MANCHESTER
11/13/2021 – Garage (Stag & Dagger) – GLASGOW
11/14/2021 – La Belle Angele (Stag & Dagger) – EDINBURGH
11/16/2021 – Beat Generator – DUNDEE
11/17/2021 – St Doms – NEWCASTLE
11/18/2021 – Leadmill – SHEFFIELD
11/19/2021 – Academy 2 – BIRMINGHAM
11/23/2021 – Rescue Rooms – NOTTINGHAM
11/24/2021 – Academy 2 – OXFORD
11/25/2021 – Brixton Electric – LONDON

Tickets for the shows go on sale on April 1st via

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