Bad Breeding debut new track ‘Remembering’

The single comes ahead of a run of UK dates, taking place across April and May.
Bad Breeding have debuted a new track.

Titled ‘Remembering’, the single comes ahead of a run of UK dates, taking place across April and May.

Frontman Christopher Dodd describes the concept behind the new single, saying: “We watched Amy Berg’s documentary Deliver Us from Evil a while back and I’d also been moved by this investigative piece called Crime and Punishment by Zhao Liang. It got us thinking about the manipulation and misuse of institutional power, but also about the endurance of humanity that often shines through when people are damaged by the rapacity of those in positions of supposed authority.

In some ways it’s an examination of impropriety from religious, financial and political cliques, as well as some of our own personal struggles, which we wanted to offset against a defiant thud. It was definitely a bleak thing to write, although there’s plenty of fortitude in the song too.”

Check out the tour dates underneath the player below.

Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

Flesh And More – Blade Factory, Liverpool


Stag And Dagger – Broadcast, Glasgow

Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

Prince Albert, Brighton

Old Blue Last, London

Purple Turtle, Reading

Crofters Rights, Bristol

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