Following their support slots with The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Fat White Family, Yorkshire teenage new wave revivalists Working Men’s Club have released their second single and announced extensive touring plans. The band, who claim Suicide as an influence, have signed to Heavenly and followed up debut 7″ ‘Bad Blood’ with ‘Teeth’ as their first single for their new label.

The song sounds like something you’d hear in a Lower East Side nightclub circa 1980 and is accompanied by a video that contrasts archive footage of Reagan-era stockbrokers with contemporary images of a man undergoing severe stress. Frontman Sydney Minsky-Sargeant calls the song “a metaphor”, though he declines to specify what for. You can check out the video here.

Working Men’s Club have also announced plans to tour the UK as support to Brooklyn post-punks Bodega in August before embarking upon their first ever headline tour of the country in October and November. Dates are below.

8/11/2019 – Hebden Bridge Trades Club w/ Bodega 8/12/2019 – Edinburgh Summerhall w/ Bodega 8/13/2019 – Newcastle The Riverside w/ Bodega 8/24/2019 – Birkenhead Futureyard Festival 8/27/2019 – Brighton Concorde 2 w/ Bodega 8/28/2019 – Birmingham The Hare and Hounds w/ Bodega 8/29/2019 – Bedford Esquires w/ Bodega 8/30/2019 – Manchester Psych Festival 9/1/2019 – County Laois, Electric Picnic 9/7/2019 – Blackburn Confessional Festival 9/13/2019 – Hawarden The Good Life Experience 9/19/2019 – Manchester, Yes (Basement) 10/11/2019 – Warrington, Rusgan House 10/12/2019 – Manchester Neighbourhood Festival 10/16/2019 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club 10/17/2019 – York, The Fulford Arms 10/18/2019 – Hull, The Polar Bear 10/19/2019 – Oxford, Ritual Union 10/20/2019 – Cardiff SWN Festival 10/23/2019 – Southampton, Heartbreakers 10/25/2019 – Guildford, Boileroom 10/27/2019 – Glasgow, Broadcast 10/28/2019 – Birmingham, Hare and Hounds 2 10/30/2019 – London, Moth Club 10/31/2019 – Bristol, The Louisiana 11/2/2019 – Sheffield, Record Junkee 11/7/2019 – Norwich, The Waterfront Studio 11/8/2019 – Reading, Purple Turtle 11/9/2019 – Derby 2Q Festival