Up For Nothing – Escape Route

Yes it’s been out nearly a month, but here at the Punk Site we pride ourselves in not missing out totally on things that never reached us in tome, yet definitely deserve more than just a moment of our time and yours, so to this end, we bring you Up For Nothing and their first album in six years ‘Escape Route’, which takes the band back to where they left off, but with a huge step forward too. ...

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