Working Men’s Club have finished their second album

"Me and Ross have worked tirelessly together on it this past year and I’m really proud of the outcome"

Working Men’s Club have announced that they’re finished work on their second album.

The band’s self-titled debut album came out in 2020, and was followed in March by a brand new single called ‘X’.

Frontman Sydney Minsky-Sargeant has now shared the news that the band’s second album is on the way.


Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “Can’t wait to release new music. The 2nd album is done. Me and Ross have worked tirelessly together on it this past year and I’m really proud of the outcome.”

Ahead of the release of the new album, which is unconfirmed thus far, Working Men’s Club are set to head out on a headline UK tour in November, culminating with a show at Brixton Electric in London. Tickets are on sale now here.

See the upcoming dates below:

Sunday 7 – Southampton, Engine Rooms
Monday 8 – Cardiff, The Globe
Wednesday 10 – Bristol, The Fleece
Thursday 11 – Leeds, Stylus
Friday 12 – Manchester, The Ritz
Saturday 13 – Glasgow, Garage (Stag & Dagger)
Sunday 14 – Edinburgh, La Belle Angele (Stag & Dagger)
Tuesday 16 – Dundee, Beat Generator
Wednesday 17 – Newcastle, St Doms

Thursday 18 – Sheffield, Leadmill
Friday 19 – Birmingham, Academy 2
Tuesday 23 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
Wednesday 24 – Oxford, Academy 2
Thursday 25 – London, Brixton Electric


Reviewing Working Men’s Club’s self-titled debut album, NME wrote: “Cycling through the conflicting emotions that come from living in a society that’s set itself on fire, ‘Working Men’s Club’ is an attention-demanding debut that couldn’t have come at a better time.

“Hope, despair, destruction and the desire for new beginnings, their chaotic energy makes perfect sense in these strange times.”

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