Produced by Sleaford Mods. Album Divide and Exit. Pop round Matt, I'll give you a fiver! The Land That Time Forgot is on repeat I can hear the screams of people, who wanna be me They wanna shave my tongue And tell the others that they were the ones who made me Who made me. I've got called an anarchist That's for the middle class trainspotters I don't want my dog on a string That's gonna hurt the thing We got jobs in the mortgage clan And a car with a smoking window down Blaow to your life and lob it right off It don't make sense I know, look.
Sleaford Mods - 'Tiswas' EP. Score. For the foreseeable future, then, ‘Tiswas’ will be the Nottingham duo’s last release created under the cosh of mind-numbing office-bound labour. Anyone concerned that the increasing bankability of Sleaford Mods might inspire a more polished approach has little to fear, based on this record’s four new songs. Fearn’s beats are still skeletal and rudimentary. Bunch Of Cunts’ is an endlessly repeated two-second drum loop and a repository for Williamson to collect unconnected thoughts.
Sleaford Mods are an English electronic punk music duo formed in 2007 in Nottingham. The band features vocalist Jason Williamson and, since 2012, musician Andrew Fearn. They are known for their abrasive, minimalist musical style and embittered explorations of austerity-era Britain, culture, and working class life, delivered in Williamson's East Midlands accent. The duo have released several albums to critical praise.
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Bunch of Cunts, 02:23.
Sleaford Mods capped off a landmark 2014 - which included the release of their acclaimed album Divide and Exit and a fleshed-out version of the singles collection Chubbed Up - with the Tiswas EP, which finds Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn even more furious than they were earlier in the year. First appearing on Divide and Exit, the EP's title track deserves the spotlight for its inspired songwriting and storytelling. Named for a British children's television show from the late '70s and early '80s, "Tiswas" trades in stagnation and frustration, with Williamson.
The ‘Tiswas’ EP features four brand new studio tracks alongside ‘Tiswas’, lifted from the ‘Divide And Exit’ album. Jason Williamson explains the tracks: – Tiswas: An attack on the waning power of guitar based rock n roll and its short-sighted viewpoint combined with the armchair anarchic lobbyists who fucking point their fingers at the masses like cunts. I know works shit but I’m not putting my daughter on the street to please you cunts.