Finally, the second album from the most talked about band at last year’s Rebellion Festival was without a doubt Cyanide Pills. They took to the stage unsociably early on the Saturday afternoon and gave a truly amazing performance that cemented their reputation as one of the country’s best, kick-ass live punk pop/new wave bands.
Their self-titled debut LP came out in 2010, and now the lads’ second album Still Bored is ready to hit the shelves. It’s a storming 17 track punk pop blast dealing with alienation, despair, politics and impotence. There’s also a punk rock/geography/history lesson with “Johnny Thunders Lived In Leeds”.
Cyanide Pills will be doing a mini tour in the UK in April with dates in Germany to follow in May.
Like the previous album, Still Bored was recorded at The Billiard Room in Leeds by producer Carl Rosamond.