Last month, Palma Violets dropped their sophomore full-length, Danger in the Club, and last night (June 8), the English rockers showed up at The Late Late Show With James Corden to tear through the new LP’s “Girl, You Couldn’t Do Much Better on the Beach.” Check out the performance in the video up above.

The shaggy-haired quartet -- Sam Fryer, Alexander “Chilli” Jesson, Pete Mayhew and Will Doyle -- rip through the surf-tinged tune, which proclaims, “You said I changed / But I’ve always been this way,” before devolving into frantic and snarled “whoa whoa whoas” by its conclusion.

Danger in the Club serves as a follow-up to the Palma Violets’ 2013 debut, 180, which brought with it the band’s infectious breakthrough single, “Best of Friends.” You can pick up Danger in the Club now over on iTunes.

Palma Violets will kick off a tour on July 15, which begins with the Dour Festival in Belgium. From there, they’ll make multiple festival appearances, including Splendour in the Grass Festival, Reading Festival and Leeds Festival. The band has yet to announce any U.S. tour dates, but you can check out a full list of scheduled stops and stay tuned by visiting their website.