Oh.My.Gosh. Man Like Me have got a new single on the go! ‘Squeeze’ is the anti-sexy, ballsy story of two boys who like to get laid.
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Johnny Langer and Peter Duffy don’t sound like they take their music too seriously, neither do they act so on stage. In truth quite a bit of hard graft goes into making decent music sound so effortless. Most famous for their infectious Ikea advert anthem ‘You’ll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties’, these two Camden born and bred, childhood friends have been writing and performing their easy geezer rap material for years, briefly crossing over to the mainstream to fund their most recent album. Both boys can now be found in the studio with Mike Skinner, working closely with the king of UK ska the duo’s latest highly-anticipated album has been produced by The Streets front-man and is set to drop this Summer on his very own imprint ‘The Beats’. Classroom acquaintance and graffiti artist Neil Burnell has created the artwork for the album and ‘Squeeze’ is the lad’s first single release. Receiving rave reviews across the board, Man Like Me are pretty impossible to not like. Outlandish but self-conscious, Johnny and Peter don’t like interviews or cameras so i-D online asked them some questions and filmed their answers.
Man Like Me will be seeing in the jubilee at How The Lights Get In Festival this Bank Holiday Monday!