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Working Men's Club have confirmed details of their self-titled debut album

Plus new single, 'A.A.A.A.'.
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Published: 12:07 pm, March 11, 2020
Working Men's Club have confirmed details of their self-titled debut album

Working Men's Club have announced their self-titled debut album.

Due for release on 5th June via Heavenly Recordings, the news arrives alongside the West Yorkshire bunch's latest single, 'A.A.A.A.'.

A press release says of the record: "Their eponymous collection of songs is equal parts Calder Valley restlessness and raw Sheffield steel, as it was across the Pennines that Working Men's Club's hard edged electronic sound was forged under the watchful ear of producer Ross Orton."

Check out 'A.A.A.A.' below, and catch the band live at Live At Leeds, Hit The North, The Great Escape, Truck, Kendal Calling and loads more - they're basically going to be everywhere over the next few months.

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