"...socially engaged fury..." - Terrorizer
"...punk through and through..." - Drowned In Sound
"Probably the maddest, most original punk band around..."
- Louder Than War
The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing are ending a successful 2015 by hitting the road with their first full UK headline tour! The band have also released a new video for track Miner, taken from their album Not Your Typical Victorians - out now via Leather Apron!
The video for Miner premiered on
Kerrang! but you can watch it now via YouTube or via the embed below.
Building on the success of their latest album Not Your Typical Victorians, which received critical acclaim from the likes of Terrorizer, Drowned in Sound and Louder than War, they plan to bring their hard hitting, raucous show to UK audiences. Tickets are available for the tour via the band's official website and you can check out the full list of dates below:
17th Nov - The Musician - Leicester
18th Nov - Talking Heads - Southampton
19th Nov - The Fulford Arms - York
20th Nov - Think Tank - Newcastle
21st Nov - The Underworld - London w/ Fat Goth
22nd Nov - Sticky Mike's Frog Bar - Brighton
24th Nov - Ruby Lounge - Manchester
25th Nov - Stereo - Glasgow
26th Nov - The Oobleck - Birmingham
27th Nov - Bullingdon - Oxford
28th Nov - Louisiana - Bristol
13th Dec - Steampunk Yule Ball, The Phoenix, Exeter
Imagine, if you will, a socially conscious punk band channeling the sound of a robot Sid Vicious, hopped up on Crass, covering Slayer in an 1877 East End Music Hall: a murky mix of Doctor Who, Doctor Watson and doctored history. TMTWNBBFN spout socially conscious lyrics focused on the nineteenth century that remain remarkably applicable today.
Formed of Andy Heintz (vocals and musical saw), comedian Andrew O’Neill (guitar and vocals), comedian and writer Marc Burrows (bass and vocals), and Jez Miller (drums and vocals), the London four piece’s obsession with murky Victoriana and a flair for writing satirical songs that lose none of their punk edge has seen them grace the stages of Glastonbury, Secret Garden Party, Bestival, Green Man, Latitude and the Edinburgh Fringe, as well as sold out shows at London’s Borderline and The Garage.
Not Your Typical Victorians is out now via Leather Apron and is available to buy now via BandCamp.