For fans of: Shame – The Murder Capital – Fontaines D.C.
Few bands can translate their anger against the system into strong music like Sleaford Mods. The British duo consisting of Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn has been making waves for some time now with their rousing but also minimalist form of post-punk, they themselves describe it as “electronic coin minimalist punk-hop rants for the working class”.
On their twelfth studio album ‘UK Grim’ Williamson and Fearn touch on a lot of current themes that influence the daily life of ordinary citizens in the British Isles, but also on the European mainland. Recur regularly: war, rising energy costs, inflation, a sclerotic political class, divisions among the people, the post-Brexit malaise,… . Sleaford Mods knows how to translate the conversations from the countless British pubs in an extremely convincing way into a contemporary interpretation of punk without many bells and whistles.(source : De roma)