Last night (9 August) Slaves gave a few lucky fans the opportunity to hear their upcoming third album Acts of Fear and Love in full ahead of its release next week.

Only that wasn't all.

The pair stood as models for a life drawing class that took place at Bethnal Green's Working Men's Club while the album played in its 30-minute entirety.

Afterwards, the punk duo went and judged the best efforts.

Narrowing the artwork submissions down resulted in the top three receiving small prizes. A bottle of Hennessey and the extreme pride of encapsulating the punk duo in charcoal was the result of the album playback that was certainly a first for everyone involved.

The singles available from their forthcoming album include "Cut and Run", "Chokehold" and the most recent "Photo Opportunity".

Slaves' third full-length album Acts of Fear and Love is out next Friday 17 August. Slaves embark on a UK/EU tour in November with a performance at London's Alexandra Palace on 24 November. Find out more