By DJ Monk
ÜR-approved Belfast indie-rockers A 1000 Days Gone have literally lit a ‘Fire’ under the asses of the internet’s snowflake police – by getting their debut single of the same name banned by video streaming channels Vimeo and YouTube.
The video features widely available news footage of riots in their native Northern Ireland, alongside coverage of the 9/11 terror attacks, violence at football matches and other incidents – but was pulled by the outlets concerned for allegedly promoting violence. The band are reported to be working on a “clean” version of the video to allow it to be widely available, but in the meantime have managed to keep it available on their Instagram feed:
A 1000 Days Gone are currently working on their debut EP, which is expected to be available before the end of the year.