Sleaford Mods

Sleaford Mods have announced new album ‘UK GRIM’, due out on 10 March 2023.

The official music video for lead track ‘UK GRIM’ is directed by British Collage Artist and Satirist Cold War Steve, who has created a series of original satirical artworks for the collaboration.


Discussing the forces behind the poetic protest at the heart of this record, Sleaford Mods reveal that the outrage they feel is underscored by love for the people and places around them, making ‘UK GRIM’ as much a celebration of individuals and the idealists as it is an attack on ruling classes who pursue their own self-serving agendas with increasing desperation.

“Maybe we are proud of the country. Maybe we are proud to be English,” explains Williamson. “Maybe I’m proud of the horrible grey streets and the shit weather and the stupid fashions I find myself investing in. It’s just that the English we’re proud of being is absolutely nothing like the English the authorities want to try and promote.”

Sleaford Mods AKA Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn recently announced two special live shows to accompany the new album’s release – full details here:

Nottingham Rock City, 14 March
Kingston Pryzm, 15

Tickets on sale now from here (Nottingham) & here (Kingston)

The album will be available on CD and cassette as well as on Black Standard LP / White LP on the webstore + Sliver LP via the indies.

The Nottingham post-punk duo’s last three albums have entered the Top 10 in the UK charts, with their last album charting Top 5.

Sleaford Mods ‘UK Grim’ Full Album Tracklisting:

Force 10 From Navarone – Ft. Florence Shaw
On The Ground
Right Wing Beast
Smash Each Other Up
So Trendy – Ft. Perry Farrell & Dave Navarro
I Claudius
Pit 2 Pit
Apart From You
Tory Kong
Rhythms Of Class

Photo Credit: Ewen Spencer / PRESS

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