Good news for Hot Club de Paris fans: the British post-post-post-punkers will be both releasing a new six-track EP and touring next month.
Titled With Days Like This As Cheap As Chewing Gum, Why Would Anyone Want to Work?, after a quote by British poet Matthew Welton, it features six new tracks from the trio, and will be released on both digital download and limited hand-numbered 10″ vinyl by Moshi Moshi.
Then this summer, a second EP titled The Rise and Inevitable Fall of the High School Suicide-Cluster Band will also be released. No details on that one as of yet.
Those tour dates in full:
8 Feb Rainbow – Birmingham
9 Feb Lexington – London
10 Feb Freebutt – Brighton
11 Feb Portland Arms – Cambridge
12 Feb Bodega – Nottingham
13 Feb Cockpit – Leeds
15 Feb Deaf institute – Manchester
16 Feb City Screen Basement – York
17 Feb The Cluny – Newcastle
18 Feb Cabaret Voltaire – Edinburgh
19 Feb Doghouse – Dundee
20 Feb Uncle Alberts – Middlesborough
22 Feb Louisiana – Bristol
23 Feb Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff
24 Feb Jericho – Oxford
25 Feb Railway – Winchester
26 Feb New Korova – Liverpool