Cert: 18 – Contains very strong language
Christine Franz / Germany 2017 / 1h43m / Digital / Documentary
Nottingham punk duo Sleaford Mods have taken the UK music world by the scruff in the past 24 months. Described as "The world's greatest rock 'n' roll band" by none other than Iggy Pop, the group consisting of former chicken factory worker and benefits advisor Jason Williamson, his band mate and beatmaker Andrew Fearn and manager Steve Underwood (a former bus driver) have won over fans with their DIY attitude and brutally honest, acerbic lyrics - aimed squarely at the heart of the establishment. Christine Franz's documentary tracks their two-year journey from Sherwood to the big stage.