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THE SLUMDOGS RETURN WITH NEW TRACK ‘MONSTERS’ AHEAD OF EP RELEASE ON 25 HOUR CONVENIENCE STORE THIS NOVEMBER

The Blackpool lights just started shining brighter with the introduction of The Slumdogs. Freshly signed to Gary Powell’s (The Libertines) label 25 Hour Convenience Store, the 4-piece are about to release their debut 6-track EP ‘Where’s Your Sanity?’ this November 16th, and have previewed this excellent track ‘Monsters’ ahead of the release. Listen here

Produced by Gavin Monaghan (The Blinders, The Sherlocks), the new EP follows on from The Slumdogs early singles ‘Nightmare’ and Cut The Conversation Short’, which won the band accolades and comparisons to early material by The Clash and Wire.

‘Monsters’, the first track to be taken off the new EP, is the perfect introduction to the 4-piece as they paint a picture of modern British life and it’s dark tendencies through poetic lyrics and a gritty punk accompaniment. Currently rampaging around the UK on a short run of live dates, the band will also end their year with a big hometown show at Blackpool’s Bootleg Social on December 29th.

‘Where’s Your Sanity?’ is released through 25 Hour Convenience Store on November 16th 2018.

LIVE DATES

09 Nov – PRESTON – The Ferret

10 Nov – MANCHESTER – The Peer Hat

06 Dec – LONDON – The Water Rats

29 Dec – BLACKPOOL – Bootleg Social

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