🔥 Working Men’s Club are back playing live in their new video for ‘Cut.’ 🔥

“All the time it’s just running around my soul/you gotta give it, gotta take it, gotta break it, gotta make it”

As close to a blast of musical sunshine as a pandemic winter in the north of England can inspire, ‘Cut’ is a crystal clear Factory fresh electronic pop song. The track is accompanied by a visually striking live performance video filmed at The Social in London.


‘Cut’ the latest track to be taken from their much acclaimed, second album Fear Fear which reached #11 in the UK album chart on release. ‘Cut’ follows 6Music A-listed previous singles ‘Widow’ & ‘Ploys’ and ‘Circumference’.

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Praise for ‘Fear Fear – Produced by Ross Orton

“This highly-anticipated follow-up to Working Men’s Club’s sensational self-titled debut only raises the stakes as a worthy successor, upping the ante with an intimidating level of elation. This body of work is substantial and not to be ignored.” – DORK ★★★★★ –

“Frontman Syd Minsky-Sargeant marshals his martial electronics with an icy conviction, flashes of occasional light – Kraftwerk, Pulp, Chemical Brothers – at odds with the Being Boiled terrors of 19, the whiplash Depeche Mode.” – MOJO ★★★★ –

“Working Men’s Club’s latest is an acutely refined album fuelled by energy and agitation from a group way ahead of their age.” – ★★★★ The Skinny –

“There’s a New Order-esque sense of euphoria to the likes of ‘Circumference’, meanwhile, or an ‘80s futuristic buoyancy to ‘Cut’ that underpins Syd’s sneering vocal perfectly. With ‘Fear Fear’, WMC already have a signature viewpoint all of their own – the fun is in seeing how they continue to play with it.” -★★★★ DIY Magazine –

“The chaotic palette does justice to the devastation and confusion faced in recent years.”
“Working Men’s Club certainly wear the trauma well, but this riveting exploration truly thrives by seeking the light beyond the gloom.”
– ★★★★ NME Magazine –

“Made to be played as loudly as you can bear, Fear Fear is brimming with battering alternative dance tracks that evoke the darker side of the dancefloor.” – 9/10 GIGWISE –

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After selling out both the Manchester Ritz and Brixton Electric last year, the band recently announced their biggest UK tour to date. Additionally, they are also heading to Europe and the US for run of headline shows.

Full list of live shows and tickets here

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