Stand up, stand up, the working class EP

by The Sitting Tenants

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This is a rush released EP, especially in time for the forthcoming General Election. 'Stand up, stand up, the working class' was written on 19th April 2015, after seeing a TV appearance by smug Tory Gideon Osborne. Being so incensed by this persons' thinly veiled contempt for decent working people, the song was written, recorded & mastered by Friday 24th April in time for protest release in time for the election. The EP also includes 'Love is not enough' a taster from the forthcoming album 'Spring, autumn & next Tuesday' , as wel as an older track 'A kind of loving' from their debut album, also available on 208 Records.


released 27 April 2015



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The Sitting Tenants Wiltshire, UK

The Sittings Tenants are the new band featuring ex-Roundabout & Immediate Sect songwriter Rob Dady and friends. Their brand of R&B power pop will leave you entranced; after a night watching them at a small venue you will be left singing along.

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