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Working Men's Club

Music / Indie, Punk / United Kingdom

Working men’s clubs used to be meeting places for the working class, where workers met to exchange ideas and educate themselves politically and culturally. Today they are mainly youth clubs for concerts and performing arts – and the namesake of a three-piece from West Yorkshire that pays tribute to these venues. Working Men’s Club played their way through the post-punk revival with their debut single “Bad Blood/Suburban Heights", always with that jangly REM vibe in their guitars, before integrating gloomy electropop into their sound on “Teeth” and taking onboard funk nuances in “White Rooms and People”. With a band so new and already so full of ideas, it’s hard to predict what audiences may expect from their shows. A good habit that they’ll hopefully keep cultivating.

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