Kaputt – Movement Now

Kaputt are six Glaswegian art punks and their latest single ‘Movement Now’ is a post-Brexit DIY critique on the UK’s immigration policy, advocating more freedom of movement as opposed to the gammon-consensus demand for immigration limits.

Starting as a doomy rumination over chirping drone guitar from lead singer Cal Donnelly, in his almost gothic drawl, on the country being packed wastefully full of stale old men, the chorus takes on a ska inflection with keyboards, saxophone and other singer Chrissy Barnacle joining in to declare the greed of the moral majority – “Totally satisfied but I want more”, with the fierce and ultimate final demand: “Movement na-na-na-na-now!”.

Published by heyrichey

I like music. In my spare time sometimes I listen to it and then write about the music I've listened to.

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