The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing reveal Baby Farmer lyric video

Victorian style punks, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have dropped a lyric video for Baby Farmer from their new album Double Negative. The song actually takes inspiration from a historical serial killer, as explained by bassist Marc Burrows “This is the story of Amelia Dyer, a ‘baby farmer’. She would offer […]

Victorian style punks, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing have dropped a lyric video for Baby Farmer from their new album Double Negative. The song actually takes inspiration from a historical serial killer, as explained by bassist Marc Burrows

“This is the story of Amelia Dyer, a ‘baby farmer’. She would offer to find homes for unwanted children for a fee, then usually drown the baby and pocket the cash. She’s thought to have killed around 400 babies between 1871 and 1896, making her one of history’s most prolific serial killers. We gave the story an occult twist, with old Father Thames, the river god eventually putting his foot down. It’s one of Andy’s most twisted lyrics. Musically, this is a taught little number, nodding to 80s punk on both sides of the Atlantic with a dash of NWOBHM.”

The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing are out on tour across the UK:

THU 15 MAR – Birmingham, Castle & Falcon
SAT 17 MAR – York, Fulford Arms
SUN 18 MAR – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
MON 19 MAR – Cardiff, Globe
TUE 20 MAR – Chester, The Live Rooms
WED 21 MAR – Leicester, The Shed
THU 22 MAR – Exeter, The Cavern
FRI 23 MAR – London, The Dome
SAT 24 MAR – Southampton, Joiners
SUN 25 MAR – Bristol, The Exchange

Tom Butterworth

March 15, 2018

Hi, I'm Tom Butterworth. Born and raised in Northampton, resident in Liverpool for six years now. I've been obsessive about music for over ten years. My favourite bands include Nightwish, The Beatles, Letlive, Slipknot, Pink Floyd, The Menzingers and Biffy Clyro among others. \m/

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