The Hull punks described 2017 debut album Popular Music as “an album that demands attention, creating a manifesto for the disillusioned, the widely ignored and those who might think they’ve no means of having a creative outlet”. Politicised, renowned for their live intensity using anger as an energy, and proudly DIY throughout, the quartet have just toured nationally with fellow travellers IDLES, and before that Slaves and Nadine Shah.

Simon Tyres

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