Mods frontman Jason Williamson shared a video of him dancing to the track, which also hit the streaming platforms today (December 17th).
The song has long been a favorite of fans of the duo’s live collections and was recently added to the show in Nottingham, and it was their first concert in the arena.
For Christmas, I just want to light up the song “Don’t Go” by Yazoo. To enjoy the disco in the kitchen now on all streaming platforms, me owd’s. 🎄 pic.twitter.com/8cwHW5xvhy
– Sleaford Mods (@sleafordmods) December 17, 2021
Review of the concert, wrote: “Mod’s live show is an amazing joy from the start and the main factor is that you’ve never seen anything like it. Don’t waste time comparing it to anything else. “Life is too short,” Williamson concludes. “We’re Sleaford Mods.” It’s like this: real life, aloud, created in Nottingham.
The band embarked on a tour to the UK last month to support their latest album ‘Spare ribs’, dates starting in Manchester and running through the final show in Brighton until early December.
Coleman co-stars with David Thewlis (Harry Potter) yesterday (December 7) on Sky Atlantic TV, a show that tells the story of the Nottingham couple killing and burying the parents of Susan, the Colman heroine, for more than 15 years in the late 1990s.
The exhibition’s synopsis states: “Landscape storytellers tell a unique love story involving a simple-looking couple who became the center of an emergency investigation when several dead bodies were found in the backyard of a house in Nottingham.
“The gentle husband and wife, Susan (Coleman) and Christopher Edwards (Thewlis), have been on the run for more than 15 years … their role in a horrific crime that hasn’t been solved for more than a decade is beginning to become clear.”
After the show aired, many pointed to Williamson’s camouflage, which was later confirmed by the frontman himself in a tweet.