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Working Men's Club

Working Men’s Club

heavenly recordings


Released: 2nd Oct 2020



Released: 2nd Oct 2020


Clear shell + neon yellow slip-case cassette

Released: 2nd Oct 2020


out of stock


>> rescheduled live instore performance & signing* <<
purchase the album on any format for 1 x entry

*As with all events at the moment, we are making bookings full of hope & optimism that they will take place, whilst also being prepared for the fact that they may need to be rescheduled. If this turns out to be the case, we will always guarantee that your purchase will still be valid for the new date.

this Yorkshire indie-guitar-band-turned-synth-funk band have stormed into our lives in a tumult of chugging drum machines, jagged guitars and brain-shaving electronics that’ll delight fans of lcd soundsystem, tvam and new order. The songs come fast and as the frenetic, pew-pewing ‘A.A.A.A’ speeds through to nonchalant existential groove ‘John Cooper Clarke’. washily-vocalled, Orange Juicily-guitared ‘White Rooms and People’ and the hazy, ricocheting ‘Outside’, the gentlest track on the album, crash into the tough-as-shit, industrially-geared ‘Be My Guest’, which opens the second half of the record with markedly E. Smithian brio. wmc emerge, resilient; inspiration from across breadth of eras, genres and tour-mates merely strata in their very own indie-cum-dance-cum-techno niche in the crag. “leader sydney Minsky-sargeant stalks through this potent set of bruising electro songs like a cool composite of stephen mallinder and mark e smith” 9/10 – uncut.

Working Men’s Club


  1. Valleys
  2. A.A.A.A.
  3. John Cooper Clarke
  4. White Rooms and People
  5. Outside
  6. Be My Guest
  7. Tomorrow
  8. Cook a Coffee
  9. Teeth
  10. Angel