Bad Breeding have shared the latest taste of their upcoming album ‘Exiled’, ‘Theatre of Work’ and it’s as explosive as ever.
Featuring guest saxophone by Lewis Evans, the track homes in on how unstable working zero-hour contacts can be in the massive new effort.
“This song explores the theatre of being tied to agency work and zero-hours contracts, dogged by insecurity, stripped of confidence and laid bare to the laughable fatalism of being exploited by the very concepts you’re taught as necessary to your own survival.”
The upcoming album was recorded within a week and came to be a lot more organically than their former effort ‘Divide’.
The album is set for release on June 21stand you can catch them on tour in the UK in June. Dates below:
21 Bristol Crofter’s Rights
22 Hull The Polar Bear
23 Leeds Temple of Boom
24 Cardiff The Moon
25 London Electrowerkz
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