Working for a Nuclear Free City

The other day a friend told me that the new Working For A Nuclear Free City album is awesome. I didn't know quite how to take this, considering progtronica isn't really this persons usual bag. Anyway, hear I am now sat here listening to their self titled debut, and I must say that it's absolutely on the money. I saw WFANFC live last week for the first time in about 12 months, and it was great to see how much they've come on as a band, and the album certainly proves that.

I'm not cleared to leak a track just yet, and I certainly don't want to get anyone into trouble, so head over to their MySpazz for a listen. Make sure you check out Dead Fingers Talking - it's the sort of song Ian Brown would love to be capable of.

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