This single from Cambridge performance agitators Bomb Factory is shouted punk-poetry, explicitly political and seething with anger. Frontman Ranting Jack spits the lyrics out with no pretence of singing or subtlety, darting venom at targets ranging from religious fundamentalism to vacant pop stars. The band are more concerned with impact and anger than with tunes: their songs are rhythm driven, the bass bounding from verse to chorus with the single-minded force of a wrecking ball while the guitar slashes its way through jagged chords.
Bomb Factory are protest music, plain and simple – angry and righteous, a pressure-valve through which the band members vent their frustrations with the world. They don’t give a damn for sweetening the message with pretty melodies (though the lyrics do contain plenty of suitably pointed humour: "God loves us and he hates you/He hates Charles Darwin too"), and such straightforward preaching won’t be to everyone’s tastes. But for those who look first and foremost for integrity in their music, Bomb Factory may well fit the bill.