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Fat White Family Announce New Album 'Serfs Up', Reveal Lead Single Feet

Thursday, 10 January 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Fat White Family have revealed the opening track of their new album.

The Brixton-based band’s third LP, ‘Serfs Up’, is due to arrive on April 19 and follow up 2016's ‘Songs For Our Mothers’. The record was created with frequent collaborator Liam D May and features a guest appearance from Baxter Dury. The announcement follows a Game Of Thrones-inspired teaser video.

Head below for the sophisticated first cut Foot, which sees the band branching out with their soundscapes, incorporating a string section and flourishes of 1980s electro funk.

'Serf's Up' tracklist:

1.   Feet
2.   I Believe In Something Better
3.   Vagina Dentata
4.   Kim’s Sunsets
5.   Fringe Runner
6.   Oh Sebastian
7.   Tastes Good With The Money feat Baxter Dury
8.   Rock Fishes
9.   When I Leave
10. Bobby’s Boyfriend





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