Review: Kid Kapichi’s ‘Waster’ is Set to Dominate Your Sound Systems

 

Kid Kapichi’s new track ‘Waster’ is mammoth anthem that will have you turning up the volume on your stereo and blaring out the melodies.

This years summer tune came from UK’s Kid Kapichi, who’s mix of influences, drawn from artists such as Queens of the stone age, Royal blood and Ratboy, this four-piece have made it known that their time is now.

This sing-a-long instalment is a fresh yet instant classic in the underground rock scene. Its use of melody and hook’s are heard clearly in the chorus and the opening chant. The opening riff is a blast, that greets the soft, laidback in instrumentation and vibe of the verse, however the chorus is another punch, with full band and vocal melodies taking you on the ultimate rock and roll ride.

The song itself playfully looks at the idea of ‘partying youth’. “On the surface it’s basically about getting messed up and partying, but more deeply there’s a meaning that our generation are constantly looked down at and referred to as a lost cause, partly from living in such a difficult time for opportunity”. Kid Kapichi explain. This is a very special and forward topic, which effects so many young people, and forever will as there will never be a shortage of teenage angst, in which Kid Kapichi provide the perfect soundtrack to.

Be sure to check them out!

Website: https://www.kidkapichi.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KidKapichi/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kidkapichi/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/kidkapichi

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCefjsEjjtzp0f7UvbE0z79w

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/thekidkapichi

 

 

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