It's due out on September 1st via Too Pure
'Lolong' artwork

Glamorous indie with just a hint of darkness, Leeds own Post War Glamour Girls delivered debut album 'Pink Fur' earlier this year.

A blizzard of off kilter riffs, witty lyrics and contagious melodies, the record marked another step forward for the band.

Spending their summer at festivals across the land, Post War Glamour Girls have now outlined plans for a new single.

Due to be released on September 1st via Too Pure, 'Gustave' b/w 'Lolong' are seemingly named after breeds of crocodile - hence the lush green of the vinyl pressing.

Billy Mason Wood from Blacklisters appears as a special guest on 'Lolong' - here's what the band had to say about Billy's part in the new release:

"Billy plays the part of 'Lolong' who is the largest crocodile in captivity and he's having a conversation through the bars of his cage / prison cell with 'Gustave' who is the suspected largest crocodile in the wild (and larger than Lolong for sure) and trying to convince him that he should help him escape and they should work as a team. It was nice to finally collaborate and do a song with Billy. Blacklisters are my favourite Leeds band and although Billy is my least favourite member of the band, it was nice to at least be able to work with one of them."

'Lolong' is online now - check it out below.

Related: Album Stream: Post War Glamour Girls - Pink Fur

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