Warning! This podcast contains a story about... erm... human shit
I don’t know if this coincident or design, but it’s Good Friday and Fat White Family have today released their third album, Serf’s Up. It’s a record they had to leave London to make, forged in Sheffield where they dieted on ketamine, Yeezus and one Wham b-side.
A couple of days ago I recorded this episode of the podcast with the group’s brothers, Lias and Nathan Saoudi, who told me all about it. And then, right at the end, there’s a pretty gross story that you probably already know about, although you might have erased it from your mind.
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