Section 4 – In No Fit State Out Next Week

March 4, 2015

Out March 8th on Jobsworth Records comes Irelands Section 4 a Punk DIY band from the West Coast of Ireland.

Forming in 2007 in the small but vibrant Ballina Punx scene out of the burning embers local punk bands Foreveraftermath and Riastradh. Section 4 brought a new lease of life to the Irish punk scene playing a mix of Oi!, punk, reggae and ska, with lyrics which cut right to the heart of the current social and political problems that Ireland is undergoing.

Speaking out on issues of useless politicans, life on social welfare and the effects of the hard times with Section 4 taking their dubbed styled into a version of ‘ Ordinary Man’ a song prevalent today as when it was first written. As well as offering their own drinking session solutions to the problem of recession in ‘Fuck The Recession’. Section 4 are the strong resonating voice of the Irish punk scene and known for their support of causes like Anti Facist Action and Workers Solidarity Movement.

Having toured Ireland extensively in their 8 years and trips to the UK and Germany, with sights on anohter UK tour this March. ‘In No Fit State’ is the follow up to Section 4’s self-released “Sure This Is It” album on their own imprint WahShtuff Records in 2011. Teaming up this time with Jobsworth Records (Ireland) to help spread their working class sounds of the streets. With layout and artwork by Section 4’s Paul O’Driscoll and the album recorded, mixed and mastered by Stephen Dwane in various locations around Dublin and Mayo

Available from Jobsworth Records