You’d think Sleaford Mods’ novel formula of shoestring loops and steamrolling tirades might grow stale sooner or later. Except you thought wrong. The bark of resident austerity dogs Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn is as sharp as ever on new LP Eton Alive, this time aiming their brutally funny, seething vignettes at British masculinity and patriarchy. Like roaches’ immunity to nuclear fallout, Sleaford Mods’ peerless reflections of society’s hoi polloi remain vital, headstrong and ever-evolving.

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