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Clinic have announced a new album for May, check out their teaser-track 'Rubber Bullets'

“It’s a satirical take on British culture - high and low," the band say of the record.
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Published: 12:07 pm, March 05, 2019Words: Sam Taylor.
Clinic have announced a new album for May, check out their teaser-track 'Rubber Bullets'

Clinic have announced their new album, ‘Wheeltappers and Shunters’.

Due for release on 10th May, the news arrives with new song ‘Rubber Bullets’ - check it out below.

“It’s been a pisstake thing between us for quite a few years,” says Ade Blackburn of their new album title. “Whenever we’d talk about a song sounding too ‘cabaret’ or too nice, we’d say, ‘That’s a bit Wheeltappers and Shunters’.

“It’s a satirical take on British culture - high and low,” he continues of the record’s themes. “It fascinates me that people look back on the 1970s as the glory days. It’s emerged that there was a darker, more perverse side to that time. When you look back on it now it was quite clearly there in mainstream culture.”

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