Cat No: HVNLP203C

A1 19 00:05:48
A2 Fear Fear 00:04:27
A3 Widow 00:03:55
A4 Ploys 00:02:59
A5 Cut 00:06:50
B1 Rapture 00:03:13
B2 Circumference 00:03:49
B3 Heart Attack 00:04:51
B4 Money Is Mine 00:04:06
B5 The Last One 00:07:56

Songs created in the shadow of terror and loss, but that crackle and pop with defiance Fear Fear is a record made for agitating and dancing, for heart and soul, for here, now and tomorrow. It’s a record that explores juxtaposition; that of life and death, acceptance and isolation, environment and humanity, hope and despair, the real world and the digital world. That top to bottom rigour, the complete vision is what makes the second album from Working Men’s Club such a stunning and unique achievement.
Their critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, released in summer 2020, was the sound of singer and songwriter Syd Minsky-Sargeant processing a teenage life in Todmorden in the Upper Calder Valley. He was 16 when he wrote some of those songs, now 20, he had to get up and out of the Valley. “The first album was mostly a personal documentation lyrically, this is a blur between personal and a third-person perspective of what was going on.” Fear Fear documents the last two years. Yes, there is bleakness – but there is also hope and empathy. “I like the contrast of it being happy, uplifting music and really dark lyrics. It’s not a minimal record, certainly compared to the first one. That’s because there’s been a lot more going on that needed to be said.”

Making the busy feel finessed and the dreadful feel magical – Fear Fear manages those feats, and then some. Or, as Syd Minksy-Sargeant puts it: “We just set out to make the best-sounding album we could.”
Fear Fear was produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, MIA, Tricky) and recorded at Orton’s studio in Sheffield.

The Pink Edition:- Fluro Pink and Silver Pantone Printing with limited edition reverse board o-card & 12” x 24” double sided foldout poster

The White vinyl Edition*:- Fluro Pink and Silver Pantone Printing with limited edition reverse board o-card &  12” x 24” double sided foldout poster (*Crystal clear vinyl).

Gatefold CD:- FluroPink and Silver Pantone Printing with a double sided foldout poster included.

Fear Fear

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Cat No: HVNLP203C

A1 19 00:05:48
A2 Fear Fear 00:04:27
A3 Widow 00:03:55
A4 Ploys 00:02:59
A5 Cut 00:06:50
B1 Rapture 00:03:13
B2 Circumference 00:03:49
B3 Heart Attack 00:04:51
B4 Money Is Mine 00:04:06
B5 The Last One 00:07:56

Songs created in the shadow of terror and loss, but that crackle and pop with defiance Fear Fear is a record made for agitating and dancing, for heart and soul, for here, now and tomorrow. It’s a record that explores juxtaposition; that of life and death, acceptance and isolation, environment and humanity, hope and despair, the real world and the digital world. That top to bottom rigour, the complete vision is what makes the second album from Working Men’s Club such a stunning and unique achievement.
Their critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, released in summer 2020, was the sound of singer and songwriter Syd Minsky-Sargeant processing a teenage life in Todmorden in the Upper Calder Valley. He was 16 when he wrote some of those songs, now 20, he had to get up and out of the Valley. “The first album was mostly a personal documentation lyrically, this is a blur between personal and a third-person perspective of what was going on.” Fear Fear documents the last two years. Yes, there is bleakness – but there is also hope and empathy. “I like the contrast of it being happy, uplifting music and really dark lyrics. It’s not a minimal record, certainly compared to the first one. That’s because there’s been a lot more going on that needed to be said.”
Making the busy feel finessed and the dreadful feel magical – Fear Fear manages those feats, and then some. Or, as Syd Minksy-Sargeant puts it: “We just set out to make the best-sounding album we could.”
Fear Fear was produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, MIA, Tricky) and recorded at Orton’s studio in Sheffield.
The Pink Edition:- Fluro Pink and Silver Pantone Printing with limited edition reverse board o-card & 12” x 24” double sided foldout poster

Cat No: HVNLP203I

A1 19 00:05:48
A2 Fear Fear 00:04:27
A3 Widow 00:03:55
A4 Ploys 00:02:59
A5 Cut 00:06:50
B1 Rapture 00:03:13
B2 Circumference 00:03:49
B3 Heart Attack 00:04:51
B4 Money Is Mine 00:04:06
B5 The Last One 00:07:56

Songs created in the shadow of terror and loss, but that crackle and pop with defiance Fear Fear is a record made for agitating and dancing, for heart and soul, for here, now and tomorrow. It’s a record that explores juxtaposition; that of life and death, acceptance and isolation, environment and humanity, hope and despair, the real world and the digital world. That top to bottom rigour, the complete vision is what makes the second album from Working Men’s Club such a stunning and unique achievement.
Their critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, released in summer 2020, was the sound of singer and songwriter Syd Minsky-Sargeant processing a teenage life in Todmorden in the Upper Calder Valley. He was 16 when he wrote some of those songs, now 20, he had to get up and out of the Valley. “The first album was mostly a personal documentation lyrically, this is a blur between personal and a third-person perspective of what was going on.” Fear Fear documents the last two years. Yes, there is bleakness – but there is also hope and empathy. “I like the contrast of it being happy, uplifting music and really dark lyrics. It’s not a minimal record, certainly compared to the first one. That’s because there’s been a lot more going on that needed to be said.”
Making the busy feel finessed and the dreadful feel magical – Fear Fear manages those feats, and then some. Or, as Syd Minksy-Sargeant puts it: “We just set out to make the best-sounding album we could.”
Fear Fear was produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, MIA, Tricky) and recorded at Orton’s studio in Sheffield.
The White vinyl Edition:- Fluro Pink and Silver Pantone Printing with limited edition reverse board o-card & 12” x 24” double sided foldout poster - Crystal clear vinyl

Cat No: HVNLP203CD

1. 19 00:05:48
2. Fear Fear 00:04:27
3. Widow 00:03:55
4. Ploys 00:02:59
5. Cut 00:06:50
6. Rapture 00:03:13
7. Circumference 00:03:49
8. Heart Attack 00:04:51
9. Money Is Mine 00:04:06
10. The Last One 00:07:56

Songs created in the shadow of terror and loss, but that crackle and pop with defiance Fear Fear is a record made for agitating and dancing, for heart and soul, for here, now and tomorrow. It’s a record that explores juxtaposition; that of life and death, acceptance and isolation, environment and humanity, hope and despair, the real world and the digital world. That top to bottom rigour, the complete vision is what makes the second album from Working Men’s Club such a stunning and unique achievement.
Their critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, released in summer 2020, was the sound of singer and songwriter Syd Minsky-Sargeant processing a teenage life in Todmorden in the Upper Calder Valley. He was 16 when he wrote some of those songs, now 20, he had to get up and out of the Valley. “The first album was mostly a personal documentation lyrically, this is a blur between personal and a third-person perspective of what was going on.” Fear Fear documents the last two years. Yes, there is bleakness – but there is also hope and empathy. “I like the contrast of it being happy, uplifting music and really dark lyrics. It’s not a minimal record, certainly compared to the first one. That’s because there’s been a lot more going on that needed to be said.”
Making the busy feel finessed and the dreadful feel magical – Fear Fear manages those feats, and then some. Or, as Syd Minksy-Sargeant puts it: “We just set out to make the best-sounding album we could.”
Fear Fear was produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, MIA, Tricky) and recorded at Orton’s studio in Sheffield.
Gatefold CD:- FluroPink and Silver Pantone Printing with a double sided foldout poster included

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Genre:Electronic, Rock Record Label:Heavenly Recordings Release Date:15/07/2022
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