I’ll be performing Crass songs again in 2020-2021 with an amazing band. Carol Hodge – keys & vocals; Jay Bagnall – drums; Pete Wilson – lead guitar; Pete Rawlinson – bass guitar.
We’re well pleased to be playing at these brilliant festivals:
SCOTLAND CALLING / RUHRPOTT RODEO / REBELLION
Only 1 more tba in a couple of months.
THE IGNORANT EUROPE TOUR will start on 24th September. Tickets on sale for most of the venues apart from France, Dusseldorf and Hamburg
Here are the ticket links for
or go to: https://www.weird-world.de/tourdates
I can’t believe it’s been 10 years since I performed a full Crass set at The Last Supper Tour. Here are some photos from when we were in Europe in October 2010.
On Sunday 10th November we played at the Breaking Barriers Festival at Het Depot in Leuven, Belgium and absolutely loved it. Great venue, superb sound and lovely people.
Photos by Manu Gambier
More sad news I’m afraid – Max Bode, one of my closest friends and the inspiration behind the song ‘Diffrability’ passed away Friday 1st November 2019 at the age of 25.
Listen for free on spotify to Diffrability: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5cfgbqj0YowAIiw0EkIGGQ
He always had a smile on his face and whenever we got together we’d always have a great laugh at the expense of those straights who couldn’t see past his wheelchair. Fucking lovely bloke and will be missed by many.
Max you’re not insignificant
You were not so uniform
I’m proud to have known you
And glad that you weren’t of the norm
All My love
This is the video animation that he created in 2015 of the song ‘The Way Things Are’
I’m absolutely gutted to have to tell you that Dave King, who designed the Crass symbol in 1977, has died. He was a bloody good mate and I’ll miss him.
My thoughts and arms reach out to Dionne, his soulmate of many years. But we can all take comfort in the knowledge that a part of Dave is emblazoned on people’s bodies all over the world.
See you later Dave. You’ll never be forgotten. Here’s to you mate.
Steve, 19th October 2019
(Image by Dod Morrison)
This is an interview I did with Punk 77 just before the Feeding gigs at Shepherds Bush in 2007.