Sleaford Mods are pleased to announce an autumn UK tour, including a performance at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange. The band have recently signed to Rough Trade Records.
Jason Williamson says about the upcoming tour 'After a bit of a rest (sort of) the Sleaford mean machine once again rattles around the UK, if you fancy it. No gimmicks'.
Nottingham's favorite, or least - depending on your politics, sons are back after a short hiatus on the back of last year's breakthrough 'Key Markets' album. The duo's third 'proper' album was released in June 2015 to great critical acclaim and raised the band to more prominence than ever before with them touching the Top Ten Album charts.
The duo's first performance was at an event curated by Nottingham's Rammel Club and during that weekend a working relationship with abstract-punk label Harbinger Sound was formed. A relationship, which went onto produce, the three groundbreaking albums that have gained Sleaford Mods a large dedicated fan base on both a national and international level.