Dry Cleaning’s new single ‘Gary Ashby’ is about a pet tortoise

It's taken from their second album 'Stumpwork' which is arriving on 21st October.
Photo credit: Ben Rayner

Dry Cleaning have shared their new single, ‘Gary Ashby’.

The single is another preview from their upcoming second album ‘Stumpwork’ which is slated for release on 21st October.

“[It’s] a lament about a pet tortoise, escaped as a result of family chaos,” the band explain. “We wrote it in December 2020, one of the first new songs after the New Long Leg session.”

Check it out below.

The band are going to tour the album in the UK & Ireland early next year, catch them live at the following:

14 DUBLIN, IRELAND, Vicar Street
15 BELFAST, UK, Mandela Hall
17 GLASGOW, UK, Barrowlands
18 LEEDS, UK, O2 Academy
20 LIVERPOOL, UK, Invisible Wind Factory
21 NOTTINGHAM, UK, Rock City
22 SHEFFIELD, UK, O2 Academy
24 MANCHESTER, UK, Albert Hall
25 BIRMINGHAM, UK, O2 Institute
26 BRISTOL, UK, O2 Academy
28 CARDIFF, UK, Tramshed

3 LONDON, UK, O2 Brixton Academy

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