ONE of the UK's most politically charged bands have comfirmed a date in Wrexham as part of their 2019 UK tour.

Electronic punk music duo Sleaford Mods formed in 2007 in Nottingham and feature vocalist Jason Williamson and musician Andrew Fearn.

Sleaford Mods are known for their abrasive, minimalist musical style and embittered explorations of austerity-era Britain, culture, and working class life, delivered in Williamson's thick East Midlands accent.

The band are poised to release their fifth studio album entitled Eton Alive in February 2019 which features 12 new tracks from the prolific artists. The record will be the first release on Jason and Andrew’s newly formed label Extreme Eating and their first album since parting ways with Rough Trade Records.

Jason said: “Eton Alive speaks for itself really. Here we are once again in the middle of another elitist plan being digested slowly as we wait to be turned into faeces once more. Some already are, some are dead and the rest of us erode in the belly of prehistoric ideology which depending on our abilities and willingness, assigns to each of us varying levels of comfort that range from horrible to reasonably acceptable, based on contribution.

"So after the digestive system of the Nobles rejects our inedible bones we exit the Arse of Rule, we fall into the toilet again and at the mercy of whatever policies are holding order in the s*** pipe of this tatty civilisation. It is here our flesh regenerates as we rattle into another form, ready, and ripe for order".

In support of the release Sleaford Mods have announced a 33 date tour of the UK including a show at Wrexham Live Rooms on April 4, 2019.