Post War Glamour Girls share new album and single, ‘Cannonball Villages’

Still riding the success train of last year’s debut album ‘Pink Fur’, Post War Glamour Girls return with the news of second album ‘Feeling Strange’, out on October 30th through Hide and Seek Records.

Alongside ‘Pink Fur’, the Yorkshire four-piece from Leeds spent a year touring the NME New Breed Tour alongside main-stage festival slots at Beacons, Long Division, Live at Leeds and Tramlines.

Now, back with a second full length record, Post War Glamour girls are out to offer their ten pence on the government, war, poverty and the unjust we all fucking feel, James explained:

“It’s a record about government, war, poverty, injustice and all that shit you read about and hear about every single day. It’s a record about feeling guilt and shame for things we are not personally responsible for, and of almost admitting defeat,” he said.

For now, Far Out’s Track of the Day, ‘Cannonball Villages’

 

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