Finally, the second album from the most talked about band at last year’s Rebellion Festival, which 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 this was the blistering follow-up. 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”, originally a German single..
It also features the singles ‘Up Against The Wall’, ‘Apathy’ and ‘Where Did It Go?’