With their new LP Modern English Decoration set for release Friday 2nd June 2017 via Tough Love Records, London-based five-piece Ulrika Spacek share new single ‘Full of Men’.

Speaking about the new track, the band said: “Writing ‘Full of Men’ came at an important time writing our second record. It was one of those songs that we knew quite quickly would characterise the second record, it pins a particular era for us. Lyrically it’s quite aggressive for us. Sometimes I feel this world is just so ‘full of men‘”.

Much like their debut LP The Album Paranoia released in early 2016, the band chose to record, produce and mix the entirety of the record of Modern English Decoration in their shared house – a former art gallery called ‘KEN’, so named because of a cryptic inscription found above the front door. Not just a studio and home, KEN is essentially the band’s hub, a space in which the surrounding ephemera of videos, artwork and even band photos are all created.

After recently supporting Slowdive on several UK dates, Ulrika Spacek will be playing the following shows below.


Fri 28th – Newcastle Upon Tyne – Hit The North Festival
Sat 29th – Portsmouth – Portsmouth Psych Fest
Sun 30th – Liverpool – Festevol

Tue 16th – Brussels, Belgium – Les Nuits Botanique at the Rotonde

Fri 2nd – Oxford – O2 Academy supporting Slowdive
Tue 6th – Nottingham – Rough Trade shop in-store
Thur 8th – Bristol – Rise Music instore
Wed 14th – London – The Lexington

Fri 4th – Katowice, Poland – OFF Festival
Sun 20th – Stirlingshire, Scotland – Doune The Rabbit Hole Festival

For tickets go to songkick.com.

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