Ray Rahman
April 26, 2013 AT 02:00 PM EDT

Protect your neck, cool kids.

If you suddenly start to hear a lot of sweet, sweaty rock-and-roll tunes coming from the direction of England in the near future, there’s a good chance that it’s the work of British punk band the Computers.

The Exeter-based group releases its latest album, Love Triangles Hate Squares, next week, but you can get an exclusive first listen of their new song, “Bring Me the Head of a Hipster,” right here.

A memorable title like that, of course, deserves an even better song, and the Computers deliver it in this deliciously loud, garage-y little number. The five-piece will also be bringing it all summer: They’ve been booked for the Reading and Leeds festivals in England, and will be playing clubs throughout the U.K. through August.

Take a listen the Computers’ “Bring Me the Head of a Hipster” below:

You can preorder Love Triangles Hate Squares here.

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