“One of the most unique noise rock bands to have appeared in the past five years.” – The Quietus
“This is catharsis in youthful noise.” – Loud & Quiet
“Politically and socially conscious, but it’s also an absolute blast.” – All Music
Lower Slaughter return with the release of their second album Some Things Take Work on the 29th of March on Box Records.
The band’s debut album What Big Eyes garnered high praise from the likes of The Quietus, All Music, Loud & Quiet and Flush The Fashion as well as finding fans in BBC Radio 6 presenter Shaun Keaveny and BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens. The latter inviting the band into Maida Vale studios to record a four track live session broadcast on BBC Radio 1.