A titanic alt-rock outfit who are no strangers to the industry, Late Night Legacy have developed a reputation for delivering face slapping, stage stomping, and anthemic alt-rock hits. After touring the UK and impressing fans with their signature guitar work, powerful vocals and unhinged live shows, the band have dived headfirst into controversy with their new single, ‘No No To Bojo’.
After the band’s previous single ‘Blame’ sold out in HMV on day one and soared past 80,000 streams on Spotify, Late Night Legacy have kicked things up a notch with their new cut, delivering a caustic political anthem that’s perfect for fans Royal Blood, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and The Hunna. Titled ‘No No To Bojo’, the single comes as a blistering piece of political rock, taking form as “the most angry and political song” the band have ever written.
Taking aim at Boris Johnson and all his broken promises, the new track has become a searing statement of intent. While many national radio stations have already refused to play the single to stay "politically neutral", we couldn’t wait to jump on the bandwagon and give it some well-deserved time in the spotlight.
Speaking candidly about the track with Northern Revive, the band said, “Like every other human being in the country/ world, We’ve had enough of the lies, the empty promises and two-faced ignorance displayed by our supposed Prime Minister and his “party” so we thought we’d write a song about it. We’re just gutted the clown got to step down, instead of being dragged through the street by horse and kart. Get this tune turned all the way up and blast it into the streets from your car! Or in the garden whilst sunbathing give the neighbours something to talk about yeah? There is no ‘No No to Bojo’ music video as of yet but I have a pretty sick idea… DM us if you wanna get involved and you don’t like BOJO.”
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