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‘F*** you, I won’t do what you tell me’: How political protest stormed the pop charts - January 2021 The Independent - By Will Pritchard - January 19th, 2021

As far as song lyrics go, “Boris Johnson is a f****** c***” is not exactly what you’d call chart-friendly. But that didn’t stop comedy punk group The Kunts getting their politically charged track (called, naturally, “Boris Johnson is a F****** C***”) to No 5 in the official Top 20 at Christmas. Just a few weeks…

Stewart Lee Lockdown 21 Funsheet - January 2021 January 6th, 2021

“Stewart Lee has absolutely no capacity to see the world through anyone’s eyes other than his own. He is a stupid person’s idea of what a ‘clever’ comedian is like.” – Paul Embery, UnHerd columnist, Trade unionist (FBU and NUJ), Blue Labour, Made in Dagenham, Author: ‘Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class’.…

Comin’ Over Here Tweets - January 2021 Twitter - January 4th, 2021

Collected positive tweets for Comin’ Over Here by Asian Dub Foundation feat Stewart Lee (all profits to Kent Refugee Action Network). It was the UK’s most downloaded/purchased song on Brexit day, though Wham’s Last Christmas beat it in the streaming charts which are for losers. Thanks for buying it if you did.

Let’s show we don’t all subscribe to the worst racist rhetoric of Brexit (This article first appeared on Chortle on the 28th December.) Stewart Lee on his campaign to get to No 1 with Asian Dub Foundation Move over Miley Cyrus and tell Ed Sheeran the news. A bunch of protest-music electro-punks and a 52-year-old…

Stewart Lee Xmas Xtra 24/12/20 - December 2020 December 23rd, 2020

Merry Winterval! Agit-pop stars Asian Dub Foundation sampled an old routine of mine on their new album, Access Denied, to make a song called Comin’ Over Here. If you download it, and their many inventive remixes, between Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve you can help make it the Brexit day No 1 the nation…

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