After signing with Heavenly Recordings, West Yorkshire post-punk four-piece Working Men’s Club have released their biting newest track, ‘Teeth’. Made up of Sydney Minsky-Sargeant, Giulia Bonometti, Jack Bogacki, and recently added bassist Liam Ogburn, the snarling and swaggering electronic-infused follow-up to debut track ‘Bad Blood’ is definitely showing why you should believe the hype about this lot.
“It is a metaphor,” Syd says of the new track. “It could be about going insane or what you see, what you think you feel inside, a lot of things… put through a drum machine… basically we just want to confuse the fuck out of people, in a good way!”
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