"Sick Stan" is an 'anti post-punk' song influenced from the dark sounds across pubs in Leeds
No Wukkas are an explosive four piece from Yorkshire specialising in wonky psychedelic rhythms and high energy performances. The band pride themselves on straying from the beaten path, taking influences from the Australian Psych scene to create a sound seldom heard on UK stages. Creating a breath of fresh air from the post punk dystopia, fans of Black Midi, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard and old school Black Sabbath will adore No Wukkas, and the band has already got a devoted following across Leeds having played legendary venues such as the Brudenell Social Club supporting Fizzy Blood and Pulled Apart By Horses within the first 8 months of performing together.
Following on from their debut release "Awkward Positions" which won Amazing Radio's "Audition Poll" they present to you Sick Stan, an 'anti post-punk' song influenced from the dark sounds across pubs in Leeds. It boasts oblique rhythms and wonky sounding chords that demand your attention. There's a ferocious vocal performance recorded in one take, and haunting warped background vocals that make you feel like you're being stalked by the titular Stan.
"We made Sick Stan after an encounter with an awful guy at the Brudenell Social club. Just like the song, he demanded attention from everyone in the room. This is a fan favourite from our live shows, we particularly love the quintuplets in the chorus, and the way we focus on them in the very last chorus"- No Wukkas.