1. Black Eyeliner No1
With the smell of cordite and sedition still hanging in the air of riot and recession torn England - The Don't Fucking Cares (The DFCs) release their debut album "Negative For Fun" on 3rd of July 2012.
Produced by Pete Lyons at Zed One studios and cover design by the legendary Malcolm Garrett (Buzzcocks, Magazine), the DFCs enter the fray armed with a set of songs destined to be blasted out from the burning barricades.
Songs like "Real People" and "Reality Bugs Me" explore the agenda of distrust and alienation that stalks the land. Guitar strewn rock with a soul that calls for retribution against a political class that tear gasses the masses - as singer Märta Larsson proclaims, this music is 'like breathing CS gas'!
The blazing guitars of "Repercussions" lay down their own percussive code while the layered attack of "Babeland" and "Download" catch the tone of the times with humour and aggression.
Negative For Fun follows previous vinyl outings Underage Demon (coupled with a live Kerrang session) and Download which featured in Guy Richies' 'Rock'n'Rolla'. Released on Röka Records Ltd. Negative For Fun is populated by "a grizzled, melodic mutation assembled from second generation punk dialects and skewed n scuzzy garage beat pop that's been informed by both glam and CBGBs." The release gig for the album is on the 27th of June at the world famous 100 Club, with special guests Bermondsey Joyriders & Stash. Don't Fucking Care? All in this together? Negative For Fun shines a search light into the dark corners where the noses of privilege are deep in the trough.