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They Uncultured – Debut Album Out November 24th

London 5 piece They Uncultured are set to release their debut album ‘Are We Having Fun Yet?’ on 24thNovember 2017.

‘Who Are They’ is an unapologetic punk-rock stomper declaring the band in name ‘THEY UNCULTURED’, current single ‘Let Me Touch Your Wife’ echoes the likes of Pavement and Ween with its melodic bass and erratic-fuzzy vocals. The band displays several different moods and personalities, ‘Modern Man’builds with tempo into a hard-hitting guitar tsunami of chaos, ‘Under The Night’ mixes sludgy guitars and doom sensibilities while ‘Ladyboys’ is a straight-shooting rock-assault which dips its toes into Captain Beefheart territories.

‘Are We Having Fun Yet?’ Is set for release on 24th November 2017. The album was recorded over a period of 2-3 weeks in the summer of 2016 at Ramshackle studios in south west London. The record was produced by Dave Uncultured.

The album will be released along with a limited edition cassette which will come in 5 different colours… Red, Pink, Blue, Purple and White. If a buyer consumes this limited-edition cassette it will guarantee free entry into every single They Uncultured gig until the end of time.

The band who all hail from London have just completed a string of successful UK shows, including a jam packed Belushi’s show at the Camden Rocks festival in support of their radio hit ‘Bark Like A dog’ which spent a staggering 11 weeks on the Planet Rock playlist (unheard of for a brand-new band!) More UK dates to be announced, please see current gig schedule below

THEY UNCULTURED
Who are They?….
Scunge rock dystopian superheroes…

Here’s to the forgotten majority of…
Boiled minds force fed fictional news
Of misanthropic tendencies
Obsessions, sex, money, ego
Unable to achieve
Sown seeds of doubt
So they stand silent,
Congregating walking, talking midlife crises yearning for a past
An army of Bickles, Batemans and Loudermilks
Making the papers for all the wrong reasons
But who’s to blame?
Who are They?

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