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The legendary UK punk outfit Snuff take the stage at The Castle and Falcon in Birmingham on Sunday, April 14th, 2024.

Dominated by fast tempos, simple but hooky tunes, shout-along choruses, and lyrics full of quirky wit, Snuff typify a certain strain of old-school U.K. punk while also showing a truly distinct personality of their own.
Led by drummer and vocalist Duncan Redmonds -- the only constant member throughout their career -- the band's speedy approach suggested the influence of American hardcore as well as second-division U.K. punks like the U.K. Subs and the Exploited, while the addition of a trombone player added a hint of ska to their music. Snuff stormed out of the gate in 1989 with their debut album Snuff Said (the title was a Cockney variant on "enough said"), and connected with the 1992 album Reach before going on hiatus.
After returning to action in 1995, Snuff showed they were still in fighting shape on 1997's Potatoes & Melons Wholesale Prices Straight from the Lock Up, and while they packed it in again from 2004 to 2007, they were just as strong as ever upon their return, and 2019's There's a Lot of It About ranked with their best recorded work.
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