The Levellers at Gagarin 205
The Levellers, the 90s epic political folk punk group icon is performing live at Gagarin 205 on November 26. The band, which was born out of the Brighton squat scene continues to shine in the free festival circuit steering away from the mainstream music hubbub.
The Levellers, named after a radical faction of Oliver Cromwell's New Model Army, enjoyed tremendous success after their 1991 second album, Levelling the Land, went gold – it was then that they became the embodiment of Crusty British rock music.
Their songs One Way, What a Beautiful Day and the Boatman, became the soundtrack of a turbulent era in the UK: a declining Tory government amidst recession- no wonder their political lyrics still appeal to large audiences.
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