Demob is a 1978 punk band who were established (helped by the late John Peel) with their debut single Anti Police. Due to the serious undertones of the lyrics, John Peel didn't actually play Anti Police on his BBC Radio 1 show, but played the B side Teenage Adolescence instead.
The anticipated new album "Still No Room" released on Mad Butcher Records on Date may 2022 Vinyl and CD albums has been 5 years in the making and it is being dubbed some of the best work by the UK based band. Songs featured include heavy hitters like "Shit Happens", "Once Punk Always Punk" and "Love Your Country (Hate Your Government)" They are still in step with their anti establishment protests that they have been singing for over 40 years.
The band continue to play stages across the UK and are a regular band at the Rebellion Festival Blackpool, England and they will be playing tracks from this new album at their 2022 shows.
The album is in essence with the true 1977 street punk music scene and expected to be put up there with the iconic albums of the time.
A2--Stress And Pressure
A3--Love Your Country (Hate Your Government)
A5--Once Punk Always Punk
A6--We're No Fools
A8--What's It All About?
B2--Live, Not Just Exist
B3--The Truth Will Out
B6--World Of Anger