Second pressing, limited to 300 on transparent high-vis yellow with red splatter. Shipping February 2022
London’s High-Vis play aggressive, frosty post-punk that’s as hard as any hardcore record. Like Black Flag, Sleaford Mods and of course Public Image Ltd before them, High-Vis’ anger is artful, gripping, and energising. It’ll trim the fat from your soul.
Formed in 2016 from the ashes of some of the UK’s best hardcore bands (Dirty Money, Tremors, DiE, The Smear), the band maintain a hardcore energy in their live shows – it’s not uncommon for cheerfully miserable, gold toothed Scouse vocalist Graham Sayle to come away from a show with a bleeding forehead – but they’ve taken their aural cues from old UK bands like Gang Of Four, Crisis, Joy Division and Stone Roses. Recently, they’ve played with all the other smart bands who have been fucking with the old blueprints – Angel Du$t, Turnstile, Culture Abuse, Higher Power to name a few – and like all those bands, their sound is uniquely theirs.