This record is the follow up to debut album Weird Sister, which won the 2014 Welsh Music Prize.

Produced by our Producer Of 2014 - Hookworms' MJ - the album promises to be a raucous fun-soaked hurricane, with Alanna McArdle's pop vocals contrasting a barrage of chaotic punk-tinged rock. According to the label and band, it'll be stuffed with "hooks, traces of nut and elements of jangle pop, British hardcore punk, atonal music, screaming and drone organs... [it's] a marriage of radical politics with peanut butter spread". As ever, the collection of songs are about disparate topics like the occult, avocados, water parks, and non-existant parties.

Succinctly explaining the LP for us, the band's guitarist/singer Owen Williams said: "This is our second record. It is about 20 minutes long and aims to expose the radical possibilities of peanut butter"

Peanut Butter is out 11 May on Fortuna POP!. Pre-order it digitally here, or physically here.

Stream the album in full below.