Hertfordshire anti-capitalists BAD BREEDING have unveiled another new single.

'Retribution' is taken from the Stevenage band's fifth album Contempt, which is out on 14 June through One Little Independent.

“Capitalist realism has codified and established a view in towns like Stevenage that our imaginations are unable to conjure a future or alternative beyond our current economic system," explains frontman Christopher Dodd. "This song calls for a future painted in the colours of a united working class, to visualise a counter to capital through community and solidarity. There is a duality here, perennial struggle and toil, but also an emerging buffer to it all. Despite the continued attacks on our class, towns like Stevenage plough on through and people find ways to patch themselves together time and again”.

The band are currently on tour in Europe but return for a bunch of UK dates in late June....

June 19th - Brighton, UK – Green Door Store
June 20th - Nottingham, UK – The Angel
June 21st - London, UK – Moth Club
June 22nd - Plymouth, UK – The Nightmare Continues
June 23rd - Bristol, UK – Exchange

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