Based in the classic underdog city of Hull, Life represents the untapped anger of the British working class in 2017. Lead singer Mez Sanders-Green describes their debut album, "Popular Music sounds like panic and anxiety, it's the sound of shitting it about whatever happens next week, about what you can weigh through on the self-checkout to get your beans cheaper. It's an LP made up of the psyche of everyone who can see they're getting fucked and there's a lot of people getting fucked right now." The album was produced and mixed by Grammy award winner Ian Dowling. It's a blistering, thunderous album that barely leaves room for breath. Popular Music is a quintessential punk record chock full of anger, restlessness and tension.