Crass were a punk band from Epping, a suburb of London, founded in 1977. The band was formed out of an anarchist commune and had a radical leftist political ideology at the forefront of the band. Their lyrics were of course politically charged, singing about power, animal rights, feminism, anti-fascism, and more, but also the way they ran the band was just as political. They participated in direct action throughout London, put out their own records, and acted as a collective with constantly changing members. The band broke up in 1984. In total, the band released six full length albums, with the final album being released posthumously. This vintage Crass shirt, in excellent condition, was originally sold in a record store in the 1980s.