Their relevance escalates as the election draws near.
Keeping Dry Under Storm Clouds: An Interview with Sleaford Mods, by Dan Derks (Pop Matters)
Before reading on, whether you’re seasoned or green with Sleaford Mods, it’d be helpful to watch two videos of the band. “Jobseeker”, performed on Later… with Jools Holland, and “Tied Up In Nottz” are certainly good starting places.
… The band’s discography is built on wordplay that offends and indicts, each syllable recounting the British class wars that have shaped Williamson’s life. Equal parts manifestos and barroom rants, Sleaford Mods songs find power in the amorphous boundary between the two. English Tapas, their newest release, is no exception.
There is an alternative.
Sleaford Mods overthrow government (The Daily Mash)
SLEAFORD Mods have taken charge of Britain after staging a coup against the government.
The Nottingham double act stormed Whitehall armed with loud rants about the current state of affairs and successfully removed Theresa May’s government in less than eight minutes …