Next week, London-Glasgow band Shopping will return with their fourth full-length studio LP. Following propulsive lead single "Initiative," the band is offering one more cut ahead of the full project, a synth-heavy stomper called "For Your Pleasure." The Lessa Millet-directed video, out today, brings the band's galvanic energy to a grimy, strobe-lit club.
“‘For Your Pleasure’ is a song about frustration, the feeling of always wanting more, needing material things to distract or gratify us,” Shopping wrote in a press statement. “It’s about consumerism but also searching for meaning in life. That feeling of longing that never really goes away even when you have the things, the job, the status or the person you thought you wanted. I think people who create music or art know what that feels like particularly.”
Watch "For Your Pleasure" below. All or Nothing is out February 7 via FatCat Records.