Hinds / Chai United Girls Rock 'N' Roll Club The new collaborative single from Hinds & CHAI! awesome garage-rock with lyrics sung in Spanish, Japanese and English. "UNITED GIRLS ROCK 'N' ROLL CLUB is a song that screams GIRL POWER!” the bands say. “You might be from different countries, different languages, but at the end of the day, the music speaks for itself. You can hear it, you can feel it! It's that type of song!" Though they may live a world apart, Tokyo-based CHAI and Madrid-bred Hinds are cut from the same rebellious cloth. Both acts are celebrated for their euphoric live shows, giddy feel- good free-for-alls often complete with synchronized dancing and sing-a-longs. That frenetic energy is palatable on their albums, which boldly state the case for female empowerment and creativity. Whether challenging out outdated beauty standards or stagediving with reckless abandon, CHAI and Hinds are here to make you get up and dance in celebration of life and friendship. Heavenly Recordings 7"
Working Men's Club Working Men's Club We have a few copies signed by Sydney and Liam from the band. LP on 'neon yellow' coloured vinyl. Includes a download code. The new full length album from Working Men's Club. A rumble on the horizon. Gritted teeth, nuclear fizz and fissured rock. A dab of pill dust from a linty pocket before it hits: the atom split, pool table overturned, pint glass smashed — valley fever breaking with the clouds as the inertia of small town life is well and truly disrupted. Here to bust out of Doledrum, clad in a t-shirt that screams SOCIALISM and armed with drum machine, synth, pedal and icy stare are Working Men’s Club, and their self-titled debut album. Heavenly Recording CD | LP Signed
Working Men's Club Valleys A new 12" from Working Men's Club, taking one of the singles from their self-titled record and backing it with an instrumental version and 2 mixes from Confidence Man & Graham Massey. Valleys is probably the most honest song on the record and I guess sets a premise for the rest of the album, growing up in a small town and trying to escape. It was one of the last songs we finished, we couldn’t quite get the right string sound despite layering up about 4 synths up then Ross brought in his fixed LE string synth and it sounded perfect for the song. It’s the first track on the album and one of the last songs I wrote before going into Sheffield to finish off the record. Having been in lockdown since the end of Winter in Todmorden it seems like there couldn’t be a more appropriate time to release this song. Heavenly Recordings 12"