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The Wildhearts release NSFW video for anthemic new single Let ‘Em Go

The Wildhearts

The Wildhearts have released a NSFW video for their new single Let ‘Em Go.

The track features on their Renaissance Men (opens in new tab) album, which launched today through Graphite Records. It’s their their first record since 2009’s ¡Chutzpah!.

The Wildhearts say: “Let ‘Em Go is a song about ridding your life of wankers. The Wildhearts feel it is healthy to demand quality friendship and get rid of all the shit from your life.” 

Let ‘Em Go follows Dislocated (opens in new tab), which was released back in February.

Today also sees The Wildhearts embark on a UK tour (opens in new tab) along with a series of in-store signing sessions in HMV and Fopp stores across the country. They’ll play at the Manchester Academy later tonight.

The Wildhearts’ classic line up of Ginger, CJ, Ritchie and Danny recorded Renaissance Men with produced by Jim Pinder.

Here’s Ginger's guide to the new album (opens in new tab).

The Wildhearts UK singing sessions
May 04: Edinburgh Fopp @ 12.00pm
May 06: Cardiff HMV @ 1.00pm
May 07: Bristol HMV @ 5.30pm
May 08: London Covent Garden Fopp @ 6.00pm
May 10: Norwich HMV @ 5.00pm
May 11: Leeds HMV @ 2.00pm
May 12: Newcastle HMV @ 2.00pm

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The Wildhearts: Renaissance Men (opens in new tab)
The Wildhearts are back with new album Renaissance Men – their first record since 2009's ¡Chutzpah!. It features the lead singles Dislocated and Let ‘Em Go.

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