Dry Cleaning return with new singles 'Bug Eggs' and 'Tony Speaks!'

Following up the release of their terrific debut album 'New Long Leg' earlier this year, Dry Cleaning have now returned to deliver a pair of new singles.

The new tracks 'Bug Eggs' and Tony Speaks!' were recorded at Rockfield Studios in July and August 2020, and mark their first pieces of new material since their first full-length.

Speaking about the new offerings, the band's Florence Shaw said, “‘Bug Eggs’ is about the confidence that comes with age, fragility and sexual desire. The lyrics to ‘Tony Speaks!’ were written days after the Conservative party won the December 2019 UK election. I was thinking about climate change, environmental catastrophes and political campaigning.”

Have a listen to both of the new singles in the player below.

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