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  • Kid Kapichi Premieres New Song “Tamagotchi” on BBC Radio 1

  • British alt-rock band Kid Kapichi, consisting of Ben Beetham (guitar/vocals), Jack Wilson (guitar/vocals), Eddie Lewis (bass) and George MacDonald (drums), premiered a new song “Tamagotchi” on BBC Radio 1's Future Sounds with Clara Amfo.


    The song is the second single off of their upcoming album “There Goes the Neighbourhood”, which is set to be released on March 15, 2024.
    The album is their first body of work since the 2022 album “Here's What You Could Have Won” and comprises 11-track, featuring a guest appearance from Suggs.
    The track was written by Eddie Lewis, Jack Wilson, Ben Beetham, and George MacDonald. Produced by Kid Kapichi, Dominic Craik, and Jonathan Gilmore.
    “'Tamagotchi' is a song about turning 30 and feeling for the first time like your life is running away from you,” the band frontman Jack Wilson said of the song. “As I've gotten older, I've found myself being more nostalgic about the past and the 'good times'. This song is a homage to those times and fond memories whilst stubbornly clawing onto them.”
  • The accompanying music video was directed by Nick Suchak.
    Jack Wilson said of the video, “'Tamagotchi' is probably one of the most fun videos we've ever shot. Videos like these write themselves, when the imagery of the lyrics is so strong, so we didn't mess about. We tried our best to replicate those feelings and memories we had when growing up.”


  • Kid Kapichi told Clara Amfo about the song, “Literally, we both actually being 30, not long ago. And it's quite a scary moment in life. It's actually been good. I've enjoyed my 30 year so far a lot. But it's just talking about that it's a big feel of nostalgia for everyone who's going through that or about to go through that or is gone.”
    They continued, “I think as I got older, I started to be more nostalgic and nostalgia has been more of a positive nice feeling. So it was like it definitely became it was kind of like a tongue in cheek, but then it definitely became a celebration of everything. There was, I guess, being like a 90s baby and all of that.”

    Photo by Chris Georghiou
  • source : BBC Radio 1
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