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DS Interview: Booze And Glory on their new album, the state of the UK Oi! scene, and England’s World Cup chances

In this writer’s opinion, if there’s one area of coverage that we might fall behind on here at Dying Scene, it’s in the oi! movement, particularly overseas. Enter: Booze & Glory. The London-based four-piece are back with a retooled lineup and a brand new full length, As Bold As Brass. Released yesterday (January 28th) in the States via Sailors Grave Records, the album consists of a baker’s dozen of the catchiest, booziest UK oi! tunes this side of the Cockney Rejects.

In anticipation of the release of As Bold As Brass, we caught up with singer/guitarist Mark for a chat about the new lineup, the influence of politics (both fascist and anti-fascist) in the UK oi! and punk scenes, the fact that the video for their track “London Skinhead Crew” has almost three million YouTube views, and what the heck a West Ham is. Oh, and I get scolded on soccer! Check out our full interview below and while you’re at it, check out the band’s newest video, “Only Fools Get Caught” right here. Oi!



Booze and Glory (London Oi!) announce new album “As Bold As Brass,” premier video for “Only Fools Get Caught”

Two Booze & Glory stories for the price of one to kick off your weekend!

The London-based working class Oi! band have unveiled plans for a brand-new full-length studio album. It’s entitled “As Bold As Brass” and it’ll be available February 4th via Sailors Grave Records in the States and Step 1 Music and Contra Records in Europe. Click here for a ton of pre-order options from Sailors Grave (though it looks like the vinyl options won’t ship until April).

As a bonus, you can look below to check out the video for the track “Only Fools get Caught.” The track is slated to appear on “As Bold As Brass,” so this will give you a great taste of what’s to come.

Booze & Glory’s last album was “Trouble Free.” They also appeared on the Pirates Press Records “Oi! This Is Streetpunk” compilation.