"UV PŘP were an early 80's post-punk group from the South Yorkshire region of England. Their sound was regionally bleak and they used staccato, angular guitars lines, with vocals ranged from spoken repeated mantras to whispered and shouted political poetics. An excerpt from the album's liner notes penned by JP Shea helps explain the political climate during which this album was recorded: "In the 1980s there was nothing to smile about; nothing to smile for. The person whom some called wrongly the iron lady brought vengeful spiteful selfishness and a narrow-minded outlook into all our lives. Instead of love and respect there was: a three-day week, Miners strike, and The Falklands War. The sound of UV PŘP has always been a sophisticated blend of sadness; with morose North Country sense and a humorous confrontational sensibility. So, you might ask why No Songs Tomorrow? There is the answer. UV PŘP and John White were as certain as anybody there was a strong possibility there might not be anything left with which to make a tomorrow..." (label info)
soon in stock - please pre-order | US| 2012| SACRED BONES | 17.90

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