Samstag 2. März 2024

KID KAPICHI release new single and video „Get Down“

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New album „There Goes The Neighbourhood“ out March 15th on Spinefarm Records

Receiving its exclusive ‘First Play’ last night on Clara Amfo’s show on BBC Radio 1, beat-punk sensations Kid Kapichi have released yet another anthem in the making with their new single, “Get Down”.  Taken from their highly anticipated new album “There Goes The Neighbourhood”, “Get Down” is a playful account of a sketchy night out from the infamous pre-drinks to the dark and torrid afters, and all the close calls in between.

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The POV-style video was shot on a night out in the band’s hometown of Hastings.  Speaking on the video, vocalist/guitarist Jack Wilson said, “We took the Stanislavsky approach with this one and thought the best acting was method acting.  Amazing how many friends show up when a free bar is on offer.”

Kid Kapichi’s new album, There Goes The Neighbourhood”, is set for release on March 15th 2024 on Spinefarm Records.  It’s their third album in as many years, a statement of intent from one of the UK’s hardest working bands – a band who preach a message of urgency. It’s a record that does what Kid Kapichi do best – make a real connection in the here and now, running the gamut of love, loss and what it means to be alive in Britain today.

“I know it’s a cliche, but this really is our best work ever. We put everything into this record, but actively decided not to stray too far from the path of ‘Here’s What You Could Have Won’, as we felt there was still more ground to be covered and honed on that vibe,” says Jack.  “Lyrically and musically, it’s more concise, meaningful and deliberate, which ties everything together really well; it feels like a collection of songs from the same family.”

Kid Kapichi will also hit the road in 2024 with a UK and European headline tour to celebrate the release of ‘There Goes The Neighbourhood’. Catch their incredible live show at one of the following venues – tickets are selling fast!

28.03.2024 – (UK) Brighton, Concorde 2 – SOLD OUT
29.03.2024 – (UK) Brighton, Concorde 2
30.03.2024 – (UK) Bristol, SWX
01.04.2024 – (UK) Oxford, O2 Academy
02.04.2024 – (UK) Norwich, The Waterfront
04.04.2024 – (UK) Newcastle, Newcastle University
05.04.2024 – (UK) Glasgow, The Garage
06.04.2024 – (UK) Manchester, New Century Hall
08.04.2024 – (UK) Leeds, Leeds Metropolitan University
09.04.2024 – (UK) Sheffield, Foundry
10.04.2024 – (UK) Birmingham, O2 Academy
12.04.2024 – (UK) London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
17.04.2024 – (BE) Brüssel, Ancienne Belgique
18.04.2024 – (NL) Nijmegen, Doomroosje
19.04.2024 – (NL) Amsterdam, Melkweg 2
20.04.2024 – (FR)  Paris, La Maroquinerie
22.04.2024 – (DE) Köln, Luxor
23.04.2024 – (DE) Hamburg, Knust
24.04.2024 – (DE) Berlin, Hole44

26.04.2024 – (PL) Warschau, Klub Hybrydy
27.04.2024 – (CZ) Prag, Futurum

When speaking of the tour, Kid Kapichi said, “We are and always have been a live band. It’s exciting to release new singles, new albums and new videos, but for us, it’s always a way just to get out there and play bigger and better shows. That’s why we started playing music and it’s why we continue to do so. To be announcing our biggest headline tour of our careers to date is amazing. Playing venues like Kentish Town Forum has always been an ambition, and the fact we have the incredible fanbase that we do to make all this possible is a dream come true.”

Tickets for the UK/ EU tour are on sale HERE

Having gained an ardent cult following with their 2021 debut This Time Next Year’ and the rollicking 2022 follow-up Here’s What You Could Have Won’, Kid Kapichi returned this year with yet another slew of instant hits with Let’s Get To WorkTamagotchi and 999, which follow in the footsteps of previous anthems, New EnglandI.N.V.USmash The Gaff,  Rob The Supermarket and 5 Days On (2 Days Off), solidifying their position as one of the UK’s most exciting bands.

Kid Kapichi’s journey from their roots in Hastings to international acclaim has been nothing short of extraordinary. With a sound that combines the urgency of punk with establishment-challenging and socially charged tongue-in-cheek lyrics, the band have carved out a unique space in the music scene.

Kid Kapichi are a band for the people and are here to help you party and protest in equal measure.
Jack Wilson (Guitars, Vocals)
Ben Beetham (Guitars, Vocals)
Eddie Lewis (Bass)
George Macdonald (Drums)

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