Screenie 2015-03-24 at 00.11.07Fold are becoming a firm favourite with a few of us here at Louder Than War, so we were excited to hear that they’re soon to release a new single ‘Two Past Midnight (A Tribute To Fannie Lou Hamer)’, the follow-up to last year’s sensational ‘Oil-Powered Machine / Detroit Red’.

The single sees the band once again infuse beats with politics as they sample voting rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer’s famous 1969 speech in Berkeley California.

The band are also releasing the single to raise awareness of the fact that racism still exists and is STILL an issue across the globe.

The single is to be released on May 4th and you can pre-order it at Fold’s Bandcamp or via iTunes.

For more info about Fold visit their website, their Facebook and even they’re Twitter (@foldfm.)

Now listen to ‘Two Past Midnight”…

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Raised by music obsessive parents on a diet of Ska, Bowie, Queen… and the Bay City Rollers. Discovered dance music and heavy metal at the same time making for a strange brew of taste. I do this for the love of an art form which welcomes all types and speaks to us all. Find me on twitter @simontucker1979.

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