The Sleaford Mods are considered to be England's best band at the moment so if I were you I'd laugh uncontrollably at that information and do something else with your evening. These pair of tossers hail from Nottingham the city of idiots and have over the last year hit you hard with actual music recordings, the stuff they used to do in the Olden days. Jason Williamson sings and Andrew Fearn presses play on his laptop which releases the music he had made. It's no frills, the anti band. Imagine the sound of last orders or the hark back to the mood in the room when all the cocaine had gone and you'd rather not have sex with the sofa. Williamson had been peddling the early incarnation of Sleaford Mods from as far back as 2005 but it wasn't until he met Andrew Fearn in 2009 that the bands indentity was firmly established. Together they have released 3 critically acclaimed albums (I'm not shitting you) and captured the mood of England Along the way. This is no promo yawn, no desperate grab at trying to fill seats. This band shout at you about the dire state of existence with minimal backing tracks that take in everything from early grime, punk, post punk, and hip hop. Get yaself down!