On the 21st of October the English ska-rock quartet UK Feds will be releasing the single National Treasure.
The landscape is different for those that know UK Feds who normally play with a more hopping ska beat to the undertow and less effrontery, though equal derision of the world surrounding their reality.
For those who are new to them, but know the site with more familiarity it will be of no surprise that National Treasure tickled my fancy. Turn the volume higher than you thought was possible, bass as deep as it will go, with treble extended to its highest reaches then kick the speakers to make sure before hitting play.
A scouring guitar fuzzes around the room like a Mentos in a fizzy cola whilst flailing vocals scrawl around the walls as judgemental bass booms out of the sub-woofer while threshing drums pull out lumps of plaster in a track that rages against a system of self-protection.
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