Hull based LIFE hammer a voice to the untapped anger of working class anger in Britain with latest anthem level single ‘Sugar God’! It’s no surprise that LIFE are due to hit the road with fellow outspoken artists, Nadine Shah and Idles (fresh off their support slot with Foo Fighters).

LIFE treated us to their debut album ‘Popular Music’ earlier this year, earning them critical acclaim from the highest of titles and an army of loyal new fans in the process. The band have spent summer ’17 playing a huge array of festivals including Reading/Leeds, Truck and Latitude. Their next offering, ‘Sugar God’, the final track to be taken from the album, see’s lead singer Mez Sanders-Green evoke his inner Jonathan Richman. If Jonathan Richman fronted a bunch of frenzied punk agitators from Hull!

LIFE are based in Hull, a classic underdog city made good by its new found status as 2017 UK City of Culture. But beneath the cultural progression and media attention there is still fear in the air. It’s this fear that runs through the heart of the band’s debut album, as explained by Mez:

“Our album sounds like panic and anxiety, it’s the sound of shitting it about whatever happens next week, about what you can weigh through on the self-checkout to get your beans cheaper. It’s an LP made up of the psyche of everyone who can see they’re getting fucked and there’s a lot of people getting f*cked right now.”

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