MORAL DILEMMA “This London trio have a rare ability to write huge choruses with filthy-as-fuck politicized street punk anthems.” Big Cheese Magazine “Spot on sound, spot on production, spot on attitude, and like we said last time around ‘proper’ London punk rock. Go and grab a slice.” Organ Magazine ******* London punk trio Moral Dilemma is set to return this June with brand new three-track EP, Bigger Cages, Longer Chains. The EP was recorded and produced by Peter Miles (The King Blues, We Are The Ocean, Dry The River) and marks the band’s first new material since 2009’s Agree to Disagree album. Born of the London squat scene, the band has spent the past six years tearing the U.K. live scene a new one. From gigs played through makeshift PAs in graffiti-scrawled, piss-smelling buildings to gracing the stages of the Reading and Leeds festivals, Moral Dilemma has undertaken a relentless journey through every gritty corner of the U.K. and Europe. The band even made time to record a session at the world-famous BBC Maida Vale Studios for the Radio 1 Punk Show. The band’s live shows are renowned for their ferocity and intensity, two qualities that have not so much seeped through as they have flooded Moral Dilemma’s recorded output. Both debut album Right to Remain Silent and the sophomore Agree to Disagree are abrasive and raw charges of politicized punk rock, hard-hitting and angry, yet poetic at the core. Bigger Cages, Longer Chains looks set to follow in its predecessors’ footsteps. Having been dismissed by some as just another punk band, Moral Dilemma continues to push the boundaries of the scene in which it sits. There’s a lot more depth to this band than studs and traditional clichés. As with previous tracks ‘The Bastard Sons’, ‘Someone Else’s Lies’ and ‘Cayenne’, this new EP will see the band explore its softer side, testing the waters of Blues and Folk. Once the EP hits stores, Moral Dilemma will do what it does best; hit the road. Having graced the same stage as the likes of The King Blues, Sick Of It All, Swingin’ Utters, Leftöver Crack, Trash Talk, The Subhumans, The Skints, and Random Hand, this is a band that knows how to lay waste to any town.