The once fiery guitar punks have become angry sound generators. British bands often harbor anger and let it be felt in their music. In this regard, the benefits are more
The merits of their music lie in the form of a musical indictment of the divisive, xenophobic and venomous rhetoric spewed by those who precariously dominate public discourse. Every single song acts as an antidote to this malicious disease.
Their live performances prove that the band still has more to say. On stage, they use their intense presence to express not only anger, but also vulnerability, nervousness, clumsiness and their self-deprecating sense of humor.