"For Your Pleasure" lands after last month's lead single "Initiative".

The band says of the new offering, ""For Your Pleasure" is a song about frustration, the feeling of always wanting more, needing material things to distract or gratify us. 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."

SHOPPING's All Or Nothing album is their first LP since 2017's The Official Body, and was recorded in 10 days with US-based producer Davey Warsop.

Speaking about their forthcoming album, SHOPPING say, "We found ourselves singing about being true to yourself, in an often binary and belligerent digital age, and reclaiming agency when it feels like our personal freedom and privacy is constantly eroding."

"For Your Pleasure" is out now. SHOPPING's All Or Nothing album drops 7 February via FatCat Records, and is available to pre-order now. They play The Lexington in London on 5 May. Find out more.