Party Hardly – Rats In The Kitchen

The Leeds based outfit follow up their previous track ‘The Hopskotch Man’, with the second release taken from their upcoming EP, titled ‘Rats In The Kitchen.

Now that it seems guitarist Matt Pownall has recovered from reconstructive surgery, Party Hardly are bursting with energy, channeling B Boys’ choppy riffs and the bare-knuckle punk-aesthetic that is currently booming in the UK. ‘Rats In The Kitchen’ depicts the never ending tale of older generations demonizing younger generations, demonstrated through rapidly running hooks and monotonic vocals, aiming their disdain with pinpoint precision at the topic at hand. Running across choppy garage, to boisterous punk, Party Hardly’s sudden burst of punk energy is completely unexpected yet leaves nothing but excitement for what’s to come next.


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