Released Today: The Slow Readers Club share new tune ‘Two Minutes Hate’

Two Minutes Hate

Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club have released the second track from their fifth studio album, ’91 Days in Isolation’.

91 Days in Isolation’ is out on Friday 23rd October, self-released via their very own label, SRC Records.

The album is available to pre-order exclusively on the band’s webstore, on very limited colour vinyl and CD, here:

Written during the UK lockdown, the album was recorded by the band all working remotely from home. It follows the Top 10 album, ‘The Joy Of The Return’, released in March this year.

Speaking of the creative process, Aaron Starkie (Lead Singer) said:

This collection of songs was written remotely during the UK Covid 19 lockdown. With each band member sharing ideas over the internet, the songs were pieced together at home. When the lockdown lifted we took the songs to Edwin Street Recording Studios in Bury and recorded this album with our producer Phil Bulleyment. We are proud to present 91 Days in Isolation.

Starkie also had the following to say about ‘Two Minutes Hate’

Lyrically it’s a song about the outpouring of hatred and vitriol on social media and me asking myself if I should engage with it. It is an acknowledgement that there is something in the human condition that craves an outlet to unleash our rage and social media provides that. ‘Two Minutes Hate’ (a reference to the daily ritual in George Orwell’s 1984 where party members gather to scream at images of enemies of the state).

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