English Teacher’s tongue-in-cheek new single is about the love story of Track and Trace

The track arrives ahead of a handful of November tour dates.
Photo Credit: Holly Whitaker

English Teacher have shared their new single, ‘Good Grief’.

The track – out today (Tuesday, 9th November) via Nice Swan Records – is a post-punk indebted bop that was produced by Theo Verney (TRAAMS, FEET, Lazarus Kane).

The band explain: “The track follows the love story of Track and Trace as they navigate their relationship through 2020. It’s about the virtual dates, the TikTok dances, the Karens in supermarkets and the obscene levels of potentially avoidable suffering, once again, orchestrated by those at the top.”

Check it out below, and catch the band live at the following:

10 Oporto, Leeds (w/ SPRINTS)
13 Stag & Dagger Festival, Glasgow
14 Stag & Dagger Festival, Glasgow
18 Stylus, Leeds (w/ Sports Team)

02 The Lexington, London (BBC Introducing Presents)

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