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Sleaford Mods, the British post-punk electro duo known for their politically charged lyrics and energetic live performances, has announced a second show in Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday 27 May. This additional show is added after the band's first show sold-out off the bat with fans clearly remembering their legendary sold-out debut in 2019.
The new album UK Grim is also released today on digital services, LP, CD and cassette. Featuring singles, 'So Trendy' ft. Perry Farrell, 'Force 10 From Navarone' and ‘UK Grim’.
Rush to your fave local record store now or online here: https://sleafordmods.ffm.to/ukgrim
Sleaford Mods will now play Auckland’s Powerstation on Friday and Saturday 26 & 27 May and Wellington’s Hunter Lounge on Sunday 28 May. Fans can expect an electrifying performance filled with the band's signature blend of punk, hip-hop, and electronic music.
Tickets for the new show at the Powerstation will go on sale Friday 10 March at 9am from Ticketmaster. Fans are encouraged to act fast to secure their spot for what is sure to be another unforgettable night of live music.
“It was downright jubilant, a blast of energy and a masterclass in how to keep an audience gripped.” -RNZ (Powerstation NZ 2019 show review)
“The band has hit a high point for sure. A remarkable show to remember when the posters are framed in museums in 30 years to come.” - Louder Than War
Sleaford Mods, consisting of vocalist Jason Williamson and musician Andrew Fearn, have been praised for their unapologetic commentary on social and political issues, as well as their unique sound that has been described as "post-punk meets electronic dance music." Their previous album, Spare Ribs, released in January 2021, has received critical acclaim for its incisive lyrics and infectious beats.
The UK Grim album’s release will be accompanied by a second SMTV special. Broadcast via the band’s YouTube channel on from 10am (NZDT) on Sunday, 12 March, the brand new show will feature a series of exclusive performances, interviews, videos, and much more as Sleaford Mods herald the arrival of UK GRIM.