No One's Bothered

Album: Key Markets (2015)
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the first single released from Sleaford Mods Key Markets album. Frontman Jason Williamson explained that the song is "partly a comment on the ongoing car crash that is human behavior under capitalism, a fading sense of any connection or unified relationship with each other. Alienation is almost accepted."

    He added: "Musically it reminds me of those early Meteors records, the more stripped version of Psychobilly that was happening around 81/82."

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