Watch The Dry Cleaner Perform “Hot Penny Day” on “Fallon”


The dry cleaner performed her track “Hot Penny Day” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week — watch the video below.

The song was included in the second studio album of the London post-punk band Stumpwork, which was released in October last year.

Ahead of their current North American tour, Dry Cleaning performed as musical guests on the Fallon episode on Monday evening (January 9th).

The band tweeted before the recording to say they would “get into action” on Fallon before taking the stage again in the US and Canada.

“It is a great honor for us to be invited again and join the guests of Logan Lerman, Rupert Grint and some guy named Al Pacino…,” they wrote.

Watch the broadcast of Hot Penny Date at the Dry Cleaners here:

The Dry Cleaning 2023 North American tour is scheduled to continue tonight (January 11) in Toronto. You can view the full schedule and find the remaining tickets here.

In a five-star review, NME described “Stumpwork” as “a modernist stream of consciousness suddenly jumping from one direction to another, like an experimental novel.”

“Combined with the agility and scope of the rest of the band, it turns out to be a record that, if given the necessary time and attention, offers unfathomable depths to explore.”

The album also took the 25th place in the list of the 50 best albums of 2022 according to NME.

The dry cleaner is going to return to the UK and Ireland next month — see the itinerary below and buy tickets here.

Tuesday 14 – Dublin, Vicar Street
Wednesday 15 – Belfast, Mandela Hall
Friday 17 – Glasgow, Barrowlans
Saturday 18 – Leeds, O2 Academy
Monday 20 – Liverpool, Invisible Wind Factory
Tuesday 21 – Nottingham, Rock City
Wednesday 22 – Sheffield, O2 Academy
Friday 24 – Manchester, Albert Hall
Saturday 25 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
Sunday 26 – Bristol, O2 Academy
Tuesday 28 – Cardiff, Tramshed

Wednesday 1 – Brighton, Chalk
Friday 3 – London, O2 Academy Brixton


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