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Feral Family talk about their new video, a grim look into Northern youth, the English education system and the need to create your own future:

“The North is about being institutionalised at school, being told to have one train of thought; what we need to go through to be successful. But in reality, you get out of Uni with massive debt and unable to find a job. It is pretty soul destroying that after all that, you are being told: “Nope, we want experience rather than knowledge.”

We don’t know anyone that has done the whole Uni thing and gotten the job they wanted. Instead, they had to settle for a shit job.”

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