The record is out this April, and was announced with first single ‘Who’s Been Having You Over’, a track which now has its own video.
The clip is directed by Roger Sargent, filmed in Margate, and is a collaboration with art collective Worship the Ground.
“We believe the act of creating public artworks is visual activism, punk ethics have always been at the very core of it’s soul,” the band say in a statement. “We are arming an inactive society with an alternative knowledge, standing up to ongoing vilification by the press and their immoral standards, and to the authorities who encourage the soulless gentrification and social control in our public space, whilst ignoring their duty of care.”
The band have also announced a UK tour in support of the record, which follows an intimate run that took place last week.
View the dates and watch the video for ‘Who’s Been Having You Over’ below.
3 Friday: Belfast – Limelight
4 Saturday: Dublin – The Academy
5 Sunday: Bristol – O2 Academy
7 Tuesday: Glasgow – Barrowland Ballroom
8 Wednesday: Leeds – Stylus
9 Thursday: Manchester – O2 Ritz
11 Saturday: Nottingham – Rock City
12 Sunday: London – O2 Forum Kentish Town
15 Wednesday: Paris (FRANCE) – Bataclan
16 Thursday: Antwerp (BELGIUM) – Trix
17 Friday: Cologne (GERMANY) – Kantine
19 Sunday: Berlin (GERMANY) – Astra Kulturhaus
20 Monday: Vienna (AUSTRIA) – WUK
21 Tuesday: Munich (GERMANY) – Backstage Werk
23 Thursday: Zurich (SWITZERLAND) – X-Tra
24 Friday: Fribourg (SWITZERLAND) – Fri-Son
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The track features on the collective’s forthcoming self-titled album.
The record, out in April, is being previewed by first single ‘Who’s Been Having You Over’.