Sleaford Mods announce new self-titled EP

Hear the lead track, "Stick In A Five And Go"

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Sleaford Mods have announced the release of a new self-titled EP for September 14.

Hear the lead track, “Stick In A Five And Go”, below:

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The EP was recorded in spring 2018 in Nottingham. Says Jason Williamson: “The lead tracks are mostly full of violent tendencies that only transpire through imagination. People are powerless under the political monster and the intense anger and frustration morphs into illusions of attacking each other through the bravado of social media, depression and paranoia.”

Check out the tracklisting for the Sleaford Mods EP, as well as dates for the band’s three upcoming UK shows:

Side One
Stick In A Five And Go
Bang Someone Out

Side Two
Gallows Hill
Dregs
Joke Shop

Sep 21st – London Roundhouse
Sep 22nd – London Roundhouse
Sep 30th – Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

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