As announced a couple of weeks ago : 6 years after their last studio album and while they released in the meantime a 'Warm Session EP' in 2016, French alternative-metal rockers STEREOTYPICAL WORKING CLASS are back this year to celebrate their 20th anniversary with a brand new EP called 'Célestopol', out now worldwide on CD & Digital through Blood Blast Distribution.
In addition to the official release-news, 'Célestopol' is now available for full-streaming on all streaming services.

Born from Lyon in 1999, Stereotypical Working Class (SWC) released its debut EP 4 years later with 'Ilusions' (2003) before hitting the charts significantly in 2006 with their first album 'Sans Repères' (2016).

For this one, they toured about two years through the French territory and on various European countries.

In 2008, SWC tried something a little bit different with an acoustic effort called 'Station of Nowhere' before to get back to the pure and electrical rock/metal vibe with 'Day After Day', mixed by Mark Trombino (Blink 182, Finch, Jimmy Eat World...) and released one year later.

Then, the band embared for an North-American Tour (2011) and back in Europe played @ Sziget Open Air Festival (2012) or as openers for bands such as Helmet or Taking Back Sunday.

For the 4th album, they worked with Fred Kevorkian (Drowning Pool) to released 'Every Could Has A Silver Lining' (2014) before to keep the silence for a few years and to be back to the business in 2020. Stronger than ever.