Writing their own rules

One of the most successful punk bands still playing today, San Fran four piece NOFX have been around since 1983 and released 12 full length albums to date. Staunchly independent, the band led by vocalist, bassist and lyricist Fat Mike have shied away from major record companies and the world of MTV, preferring to release their albums on smaller labels and keep media interviews to a bare minimum.

In spite of this they've sold over 6 million albums around the world and toured extensively. Currently on their Fermented world tour in support of new album Coaster, NOFX bring their raucous skate riffs to Reading and Leeds. August 2010 also sees the release of their new compilation, The Longest EP which features songs featured on various EPs from 1987 right through til today. Hear their politically charged punk up front and centre on the Main stage.

Set List

  • 1.Dinosaurs Will Die
  • 2.Leave It Alone
  • 3.Bob
  • 4.Linoleum
  • 5.F*** The Kids
  • 6.Seeing Double At The Triple Rock
  • 7.Eat The Meek
  • 8.We Called it America
  • 9.Arming the Proletariat with Potato Guns
  • 10.Murder The Government
  • 11.Franco-Unamerican
  • 12.Creeping Out Sara
  • 13.The Man I Killed
  • 14.Stickin' In My Eye
  • 15.Kill All The White Man

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Golden Boys (Album: The Longest EP)
Radio 1 | Punk Show with Mike Davies Cerebral Ballzy in session
Straight Outta Massachusetts
Radio 1 | Punk Show with Mike Davies 27/07/2010
Please Play This Song on The Radio
Radio 1 | Punk Show with Mike Davies 08/06/2010

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