Sleaford Mods: “They can’t see past their own insecurities”

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Sleaford Mods have never pulled any punches in their music.

The duo from Nottingham have made a name for themselves with authentic presentations of working-class culture and scathing critiques of the Conservative government.

We had a chat with vocalist Jason Williamson to find out his take on the past year.

Warning: contains language that some may find offensive.