It’s not every day that we find as stimulating a band as Working Men’s Club. It all started when three West Yorkshire teenagers decided to play together in mid-2018. Their electrifying concerts and the charisma of singer and guitarist Sydney Minsky-Sargeant helped them build a good reputation in their circuit. After the release of the single “Bad Blood”, strongly influenced by the post-punk movement, Minsky-Sargeant decided to change the direction of the band’s sound, making room for electronic music. This turn meant the original trio disbanded. Upon redefining the band, Working Men’s Club made headway towards recording their debut LP, a self-titled album released in 2020. The British band managed to merge together the urgency of punk and their love for dance music. “Teeth”, an industrial-sounding single, proved that the band’s move was the right one as expectations for the rest of the tracks in the album grew. In this debut album we find violence and despair but also hope in a tone that reflects the times we are living in. WMC’s raw energy will be in Portugal in July 2022, at the next edition of Super Bock Super Rock.