AUTHENTIC. BRITISH. SUBCULTURE INSPIRED. SINCE 1981.
Custom Made Service - April - 15% Discount
With Underground turning 40 this year its time to double down on our support for sensible and sustainable manufacturing. Custom made manufacturing is one of our main initiatives for supporting good manufacturing practices and preserving resources. We have a special offer on our custom-made line – 15% discount on all custom-made orders for a limited time only. All you need to do is use the code CUSTOMAPRIL15 at checkout. Only applicable to custom made products.
NEW IN - LIFESTYLE
WE ARE UNDERGROUND
Using tartan woven in a family owned mill our skirts and all handmade and pleated in the UK. Not mass produced in a sweatshop but handmade in a workshop.
* All of our products are manufactured in sensible size batches to help support sustainable manufacture.
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Part of our commitment to sensible and sustainable manufacturing.
Because we recognise that our customers have a personal choice regarding the material that is used in our footwear. Also our Vegan friendly collection is designed to meet the requirements of Underground customers that have a preference for products that do not contain animal products.
Also we have selected a special non-animal material, Onmicro, that has the appearance and attributes of leather and will perform in the same way as leather. The collection includes many of our core styles, but it is also possible to order custom made products using Onmicro.
Our commitment to sensible manufacture is supported by our custom made service for Underground Creepers Shoes Boots. Authentic, British Subculture inspired footwear.
Our custom-made service also allows customers to select any of our original designs. Using the long-term relationship with our manufacturers to build up trust and a cooperative spirit this enables us to offer customers the option to select special colours or materials to produce one pair that is custom made for them. Also there is no mass over- production and waste.
In our pursuit to proudly propagate Britain’s rebellious style heritage, we’ve turned up the dial on our responsibility. Because for 40 years we’ve tapped into the riches and sounds of British subculture; it’s our responsibility to give back in order to sustain it.
The Made-in-the-UK collection champions this country’s quality craftspeople and their long legacy of proven manufacturing. Made-in-the-UK sees us work with skilled experts and leaders of their field and also to help them preserve generations of innovative artistry and ingenuity.
Underground Creepers Shoes Boots. Authentic, British Subculture inspired footwear apparel, Sweatshirts, T-shirts, Hoodies, Caps.
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MUSIC AND SUBCULTURE
From solo performer to band of Best Boys, Lucia and co have come a long way since the 2017 EP ‘Best Boy.’ Their latest visualisation of single ‘Forever Forget’ (directed by Rianne White) is testament to this metamorphosis; an other-worldly depiction of lyrical vulnerability, Lucia is bejewelled in a realm of inky black science-fiction amongst pounding synths and vocals of heartbreak. As the band release their next remix with female and femme artists, we caught up with Lucia about what they have in store for 2021.
Pairing bygone imagery with surreal sentences, Steph Dutton, harnesses collage to dissect human behaviour in all its banality and eccentricity. Playful compositions show fragments of archival image anatomised with arrows; forming bizarre photo-montage narratives. Steph’s work may be synonymous with Nottingham post-punk band Do Nothing – their shared penchant for hilarity has established a long-lasting creative collaboration – but her repertoire extends far beyond that of a record cover.
Released just over a week ago, ‘Take the Hit’ is over before it’s begun. A sonic collision sounding like ESG at their most unsettling and Talking Heads at their most cavorting, Regressive Left’s second release unfurls at a dizzying pace. Agitated electronic chatter, “Does blood run thicker than an IV drip?” questions singer Simon Tyrie in a baritone observation of neoliberalism and greed, but the song isn’t weighed down with lyrical severity. One chorus of ghostly vocals from drummer Georgia Hardy and a frustrated guitar solo from Will Crosby and the abrupt hit has been taken.