“There’s a cancer of indifference in a lot of contemporary guitar music,” says Bad Breeding frontman Christopher Dodd. “I mean that in terms of lyrics but even in terms of intensity and attitude. It’s a bit too jangly for our liking. Our attitude comes from being aware of our surroundings. Not everything is great at the moment, and you can feel that when you live in a place like Stevenage.”
Full piece in NME, 15 November 2014.