Sleaford Mods plus Section 60, Paperslave , Jono and the Vandals & Bouquet Of Steel DJ’s Jamie Headcharge and Zowie
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Rap/post punk at its finest featuring the aggressive verbal onslaughts of vocalist Jason Williamson and electronic low fi beats and bass guitar courtesy of Andrew Fearn.
Telling it as it is, about low paid jobs and the issues that it brings, no money , no hope. Ironically Jason was born in Grantham, the birthplace of Maggie Thatcher, who stood for all the things Jason spits against.
Their new album Divide and Exit released in April has had much critical acclaim, and their heavy tour schedule playing packed venues continues to spread the word.
Of Jason’s lyrics Andrew says ‘ there's two reactions; people laughing because what he's saying is so spot-on, and people who can't believe he's dared to say what he does.’
Press and other musos say …
Reverend Jon McClure ‘ I absolutely love em, they are the best band in ages and ages’.
NME – ‘Notts duo tell it like it is…giving music and life a good kicking’
Record Collector ‘Lyrics as gifted and individual as these Mods are extremely rare’
The List ‘Divide and Exit is the abject soundtrack to a morally bankrupt Britain… and probably the punkiest thing you’ll get to hear all year’
The Guardian ‘ Frontgob Jason Williamson has been labelled Iain Duncan Smiths worst nightmare for portraying unpalatable truths about life on the breadline’.