Bad Breeding

27 Oct 2016


Bad Breeding are harding rocking anarcho-punks from Stevenage.

Their raw and primitive noise is fast, foreboding and extremely loud. Even so, their message bludgeons through loud and clear. As they charge their way through condensed eruptions of anger and energy, singer Dodd prowls centre stage. His enraged grimace sprays antagonistic truths equally reminiscent of Dead Kennedys’ Jello Biafra and Music Hall favourite Sleaford Mods’ Jason Williamson.

Bad Breeding seem to have plenty to be angry about; as one of Britain’s most exciting political acts they’re taking pride in challenging Westminster’s thoroughbred negligence of the UK.