London-based band Dry Cleaning have announced their second LP: Stumpwork is out October 21 via 4AD. The lead single from the John Parish–produced album is “Don’t Press Me,” and it arrives with an animated video created by Peter Millard. Check it out below.
Dry Cleaning vocalist discussed “Don’t Press Me” in a press release: “The words in the chorus came about because I was trying to write a song to sing to my own brain, ‘You are always fighting me/You are always stressing me out.’”
Dry Cleaning released their debut, New Long Leg, last year. The band is performing at Pitchfork Music Festival at Chicago’s Union Park on Saturday, July 16. Revisit the feature “Dry Cleaning’s Everyday Surrealism.”
01 Anna Calls From the Arctic
02 Kwenchy Kups
03 Gary Ashby
04 Driver’s Story
05 Hot Penny Day
07 No Decent Shoes for Rain
08 Don’t Press Me
09 Conservative Hell
10 Liberty Log
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