Mark Davison, has been fiercely independent since forever, and as front man of Nuke The Soup, certainly knows how to make a statement. On the band’s album, ‘Deeper’, released in 2018, they ruminate on politics, commercialism, global warming, personal relationships – and the state of the world. Nothing major really! Their aim is to make you think, despite how uncomfortable it may make you feel.
Nuke The Soup’s Mark Davison, first started seeing the blurring of the line between war and commercialism during the first Gulf War, when cameras and news coverage took on a shiny look, with embedded journalists on location wearing fatigue jackets and helmets on top of their perfect dos, not a hair out of place. All the while panels back at home discussed strategies, not solely of battle plans, but also how to make it all into a saleable commodity.