Spokesmen for an angry Britain, punks with an opinion they don’t hesitate to spit in your face. For long years, Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn toured the pubs of Nottingham with their uncompromising mix of rap and electro, finally six years ago, they broke through and turned into stars by the British press.

It almost seems like Great Britain had to be bathed in shit for a while before Sleaford Mods’ music became relevant. Conservative budget cuts; One Labour debacle after another, and Brexit as a metaphorical brown whipped cream on a cake of an island that is recently struggling with size issues. Sleaford Mods comment on this with an intense style that is part Rap / part Football chant. Similar to the likes of The Prodigy, Leftfield or Scorn.