THE VEX With Tribute To A Wonderful Young Woman – Here’s ‘EDUCATION KILLS’

For Malala Yousafzai‘s extraordinary bravery and social commitment

Who: hailing from London’s outer fringes, where the capital unceremoniously bleeds into Kent, the band actually formed some 1,500 miles away, with an Eighties pop superstar playing his part. While on tour in Moscow with a previous band, the schisms in the group were made apparent by an offer of management from one Adam Ant. The faction that opposed the deal broke away to form The Vex, playing their debut gig at Moscow’s BlastFest, where the only thing that wasn’t ice-cold was, typically, the band’s beer rider…
Record Of The Day: ‘EDUCATION KILLS’ – “it’s a tribute to the extraordinary bravery of Malala Yousafzai, shot in the head by the Pakistan Taliban while campaigning for women’s rights to education. With this now Nobel Laureate in mind, The Vex’s treatise on the evil that men do is set to overdriven punky-reggae riffage and a fiercely anthemic chorus…”

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Education Kills is a slam from The Vex‘s self-titled 5-track EP – check the noise here…

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