Vice, “The 100 Best Albums of 2016”

Small, former mining villages across the UK rarely get the credit they deserve for producing some of the country’s finest artists. In this case, sentimental anarchists Martha, from a town in Durham that is literally called “Pity Me,” write from a working class experience that often gets sidelined by London-centric politics.

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