After a long hiatus, one of the UK’s most notable and unique punk exports, SNUFF, are back with a new full-length. Since the band reunited to play The Fest back in 2009, SNUFF lit a spark of hope amongst fans that there could be new material on the horizon. Well, three years down the road and that spark has evolved into an inferno of anticipation. Fortunately we’ve got just the thing to quench it: SNUFF’s first new studio album in a decade (!!!), 5-4-3-2-1… Perhaps? And talk about a return to glory, the new album is in perfect company with hallmarks like Demmamussabebonk and Snuff Said. 5-4-3-2-1 is a return to that trademark SNUFF sound that took up where The Specials left off, turning abandoned dancehalls into adrenaline filled clubs where punks, mods, and skins all stage dived together. The energy, melody, and, dare we say, danceability of 5-4-3-2- 1… Perhaps? is at the exact level that earned SNUFF such praise as “the best band in the world” from the NME. With hit after addictive hit, 5-4-3-2-1 exceeds the expectations of even the most fervent fans and will quickly be considered among the best albums of SNUFF’s vast catalog.