Throughout music’s rich history, there’s been heaps of bands using the feeling of being stuck in a small town to fill their sound with feeling. Stevenage’s Bad Breeding are no different. On their debut single ‘Age Of Nothing’ they bare their teeth and spit bile about “living in a town where nothing really happens, except nothingness itself”. It’s a barbed, no-holds-barred sonic assault that marks them out as an even angrier, more vicious Eagulls; an aggressive confrontation that’s as darkly exciting as it is terrifyingly in your face.