High Vis preview their next album with new single Mob DLA

Listen to High Vis’ new single Mob DLA, which hears frontman Graham Sayle reflecting on the “power of community action in the face of sustained neglect”.

High Vis preview their next album with new single Mob DLA
Emily Carter
James Edson

High Vis are back with new music!

The London punks have just shared new single Mob DLA, which is our first glimpse at the band’s next album (due for release later this year).

And it comes with a typically vital meaning, as vocalist Graham Sayle explains: “The years upon years of public service cuts have had a devastating human effect on communities in the UK. People are forced to justify their need for assistance, made to endure dehumanising tests in order to monitor their eligibility for support for often lifelong disabilities. Marginalised communities are left to fend for themselves then vilified in targeted media smear campaigns. This is all happening in the shadow of ever increasing bonuses and salaries for the political and industrial elite and their friends.

“I have seen this in my own family. The stress and anxiety of people simply trying to find space in a world which increasingly feels designed against them is palpable. And through it all, I’ve seen the power of community action in the face of sustained neglect.”

Listen to Mob DLA below:

Catch High Vis on the road in the coming months:


22 Neuhausen Ob Eck Southside Festival
23 Schnee Hurricane Festival
26 – 30 Worthy Farm Glastonbury Festival
30 Clisson Hellfest


5 – 7 Arraste / Mondragón Mondra & Roll
7 Werchter Boutique


17 Charleville-Mézières Cabaret Vert

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