We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Vile Assembly’s music video for their single “Division Of Labour” (watch it below), which was released via Vial Records. You can purchase the song through iTunes.
Vile Assembly vocalist/lyricist Paul Mason commented on the video:
The video for ‘Division of Labour’ is a collaboration between us, Vile Assembly, and Will Hutchinson at Hutch Films. It shows that the people who are a threat to the working classes are faceless, and the visible people we’re told are a threat are not a threat at all. It’s our work that is really running the country, not the faceless fat cats who believe without them the country will fold!
Debut British punk rock band, Vile Assembly, were created solely to be the whistle-blowers on unjust society; their purpose to say what needs to be said through the universally understood medium of music. The band was created following a fortuitous meeting between three lifelong friends in a New York café, who decided that enough was enough and the troubles of the world needed to be voiced.
Although the friends, Paul Mason, Mark Webb and Mark Wainwright, had owned a music studio in Liverpool for two-decades, they’d never even contemplated making music of their own until that fateful day, until the avid conversation between them spurred on the conception of Vile Assembly.
The band will be playing Musexpo in Los Angeles in April, and also The Viper Room In Los Angeles on May 4th.