Croydon duo don't hold back...

We live in unreal times.

The fissures in Britain's political system are so wide they can be seen from space, with the ongoing debate around Brexit sending over half a million people on to the streets of London at the weekend.

Croydon duo Frauds have watched it all unfold, with the political class in this country slowly being revealed as the bankrupt denizens they are.

Snappy new single 'Animals' lashes out at these hypocrites, a witty but savage return from the frenetic pairing.

The pounding bass spasms are reminiscent of McLusky or even The Jesus Lizard, while that stripped down approach has a garage punk intensity.

Recently playing alongside Bloody Knees, Demob Happy, JOHN and Melt Dunes - amongst others - Frauds are definitely a band to look out for.

Check out 'Animals' below.

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