Hatcham Social re-imagine second album, inspired, it seems, by New Order.


Photography by Elliot Kennedy

Since releasing second album ‘About Girls’ earlier this year, Hatcham Social have been a bit quiet. It turns out that, with the aid of underground breakbeat producer Harry Love (best know for his work with The Streets), they’ve been re-imagining the whole of their most recent record.

‘Dreaming of Electric Girls’ is still in the mix, and won’t be released until early next year, but today the band have previewed a track from the album – the below reworking of ‘All Summer Long’: Hatcham Social through a Factory Record filter.

Catch the band live at the following dates…

Oct 6th: London Birthdays – ‘The End Of Lois Lane’ premiere party
Oct 14th: Glasgow Oran Mor ^
Oct 15th: Manchester Ruby Lounge ^
Oct 16th: London Dingwalls ^
Oct 17th: York Duchess*
Oct 18th: Aberdeen Lemon Tree*
Oct 19th: Glasgow Oran Mor*
Oct 20th: Manchester Deaf Institute*
Oct 22nd: Birmingham Glee Club*
Oct 23rd: Bristol Thekla*
Oct 24th: London Union Chapel*
Oct 26th: Dublin Workman’s Club*
Oct 27th: Belfast Stiff Kitten*
Oct 29th: Liverpool Magnet*
Oct 30th: Hull Tower Ballroom*
Oct 31st: Newcastle University*
Nov 1st: Dunfermline, PJ Molloys*

^ supporting The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart * supporting Tim Burgess

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