It’s the End of the World As We Know It and I Feel Divine (The First Five Years)
The very fine PoP Campaign return full of gloom and doom for 2016 but offering you fine people the chance to have an album’s worth of their perky, political synth pop tunes.
“Between April 2009 and April 2014, PoP Campaign released three albums: Kraut Popping (2012), Britain Isn’t Working (2012) and HAME (2014), as well as one single, Where Are We Living (Shut Yer Piehole)? (2013). This compilation includes everything released in that time and the rare Bru Money, which was previously only available as part of the Men and Machines Ten Tracks compilation released in 2009.
2016 has been a pretty dire year and whilst all the end of the world hysteria has been laughable at times, it has given us an excuse to release an all-encompassing apocalypse collection of our first five years.” Available for ‘name your price’.
“Our latest album, Dead Dark (2015), is not featured here. It is available through the very fine Touched Music, all funds it raises go directly to MacMillan Cancer Care.” Get it here: