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The two men from Nottingham are here with a nice little 7’’ from Germany. One of the favourites from the ‘Divide and Exit’ LP. A bloke gets proper angry over some Midlands motorik. Record also has a B side (most usually do). Walk around your house and get yourself worked up over the current state of Britain/Earth. It’s grim everywhere, mate.

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Tied Up In Nottz by Sleaford Mods 1 review. Add your own review. 9/10
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9/10 Customer review, 25th November 2014

Difficult to fathom how far these two are going to take it, but one thing is for sure and that is these boys have their foot pressed firmly to the accelerator and are unlikely to take many prisoners along the way.

After this years phenomenal rise to infamy, the Sleaford Mods roll out another nugget of vinyl-collectability with the 7-inch release of 'Tied up in Knottz' ..[With a Z you c***].

Accompanied by a sterling video of them sitting on the back of a bus whilst nonchalantly telling it like it is. This tune is 100% killer SM and everything you want to hear from the duo. Hard, stark, strangely musical and a million miles away from the rest of the dreadful-melodic-sentimental-ego-centric rubbish currently [seemingly forever] populating the UK music scene. Indeed SM are the antidote to the Mumfordisation of British culture and this tune encapsulates that sense of urgency in its entirety. Stylish, punchy [to the point of knock-out], irreverent and bang up to date without being contrived, this single does it all.

When is it all going to end? When are these two going to roll over, capitulate to the fame-family and cover a Paul Weller tune?

Not now and [I sincerely hope] not never.



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