The Ruminaters' offer 5 Reasons To Quit Your Job to mark new single, Boys Off Work

The Ruminaters' offer 5 Reasons To Quit Your Job to mark new single, Boys Off Work

Ironically, they'll be putting in a lot of work soon for a big Australian tour.

Fresh off the back of some Grouplove tour supports, The Ruminaters are already getting back to it, telling their boss to shove it and hitting the road again to celebrate latest single, Boys Off Work. It comes as they put the finishing touches on their new album, Welcome To Flight: S.U.N 91, do later this year, but not before a bollocking east coast tour with Crocodylus and Rosa Maria.

Their looking for brothers (and sisters) in arms of unemployment, so have crafted a handy little list of reasons to quit your job - check 'em out below along with the single and tour dates:

SHIT BOSS

If your boss is shit. Than you should tell them in a polite manner that they should fuck them self.

IT'S A GOOD WAY TO RUN OUT OF MONEY

If you want to be like us and out of pocket, you should look into an exit strategy at your job. Because once you leave, all income will stop and you will shortly be out of money.

YOU CAN START A NEW JOB

Best thing about quitting is, you can always start a new job and quit that. The best thing about that is you can go for ever quitting jobs. So your possibilities are endless.

STANDING UP FOR YOURSELF

People often say “Don’t be a quitter”. Now you can stand up for your self and tell them you quit.

BECOME A BOSS

Quit your job and become your own boss so people can quit on you.

TOUR DATES:

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