The lads have also signed to Spinefarm!
Kid Kapichi are again with a new collection of satirically damning observations on modern-day-working day Britain.
The history is going to be called ‘Here’s What You Could Have Won’ and will be dropping on September 23 through their new label Spinefarm.
Frontman Jack Wilson had this to say about it:
“The title, ‘Here’s What You Could Have Won’ sums up the experience of missed chance. Being dragged ideal at a junction when you know you really should be going remaining or screaming at the Tv although an individual picks the wrong remedy on a match display. It appears inwardly at the British isles and the conclusions that have been produced and how they have impacted us all.”
And guitarist Ben Beetham included:
“It’s not a thought album but it does have a jogging theme. We like to generate tracks about recent affairs and what route the earth looks to be turning. As a outcome, we produce as shut to the deadline as probable to hold it suitable.”
The artwork looks like this:
And the tracklisting like this:
01. New England ft. Bob Vylan
02. Rob The Supermarket
03. 5 Times On (2 Days Off)
05. Super Soaker
06. Social gathering at No.10
07. Cops & Robbers
08. Tar Pit
09. By no means Truly Had You
10. Smash the Gaff
There is certainly also a new song to get your ears about.
That’s ‘Rob The Supermarket’, a cheeky and critical look at the expense of dwelling crisis.
Jack had this to say:
“‘Rob The Supermarket’ is a track about a tear away compelled into a restricted spot who requires issues into their individual hands regardless of the repercussions. It’s a issue about what is morally proper in situations like these, with the charge of residing going by means of the roof and food stuff lender usage at an all-time higher. But let’s be truthful. For most people today, there has often been a charge of residing disaster”
You can also hear ‘Party at No.10’:
https://www.youtube.com/check out?v=DjdnaS2ORlk And ‘New England’: