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Throwing their now-signature swagger around like it's going out of fashion, After London uphold their reputation for post-punk attitude and crafted melodies on their latest single, 'Operator'.

Dripping in Yeah Yeah Yeahs defiance and shimmering guitars, there's Keith Flint (RIP) vocal delivery in the verses, before the chorus drops into a power eighties road trip anthem.

Vocalist Frank Ward tells us that "'Operator' is about embracing your weird side. Put simply - don't let the judgement of others hold you back. It's a song for the weirdos... like us."

Out today on Roadkill Records 'Operator' features artwork by Raissa Pardini (IDLES, The Orielles, Squid, Snapped Ankles).

Featured image by Jessie Morgan.

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