Bread & Roses are a Boston-based folk punk orchestra of sorts that has managed to spread countless demos here and there over the years...and we're excited to have put out their first official release, a split 7" with Mischief Brew. Each band contributes one original song and one traditional labor song (with Bread & Roses spicing up the Wobbly anthem "Dump the Bosses Off Your Back" and Mischief Brew arranging/rearranging Joe Hill's "The Preacher and The Slave"). Originals? MB delivers a unique acoustic version of "Nomads Revolt" while B&R play an original song that The Pogues wish they could have written. Yes, I'll stand by that even as I'm getting pummeled by a mob of paddy punks. The title is a salute to the great Utah Phillips who defined the versions of both of the aforementioned labor songs.