The Gluts’ Fuzz Club Session is officially out now and to mark the release, here’s another video of them laying down ‘That’s Me’ in the studio

On the latest Fuzz Club Session we dragged The Gluts all the way from Milan to bring them aboard Soup Studio, a boat turned recording studio in East London’s Trinity Buoy Wharf. A formidable live force, the session sees them scorch their way through six tracks of relentless noise-punk that captures the band’s snarling, fuzzed-out power in all it’s glory – translating just as well in the studio as it does when they’re tearing up the stage. The LP, officially out now on vinyl and all streaming platforms, contains five tracks from their Fuzz Club released sophomore album, Estasi (2017), and one cut from their debut album Warsaw (2014).

To celebrate the release of the session you can now stream another video from the day. This time around it’s for the eardrum-shredding ‘That’s Me’, a perfect example of The Gluts at their best; conjuring a whirlwind of furious post-punk energy that’s punctuated by blasts of piercing noise. You can stream the session audio in full and watch the video for ‘That’s Me’ below…