Leeds Party Hardly has released a new rowdy and powerful anthem Rats In The Kitchen, the second track from their forthcoming EP Modern Strife Is Snobbish, dropping later this summer
“Rats In The Kitchen is a metaphor for the demonization of young people by the older generation”, states frontman Tom Barr. “Throughout history, these views have seldom changed, with the irony being that our grandparents would have viewed our parents in exactly the same light. Also, we had rats in our kitchen this one time”.
The song is a perfect example of Party Hardly’s politically charged attitude, it is loud and it is aggressive and it is meant to be heard.
Party Hardly’s Rats in the Kitchen is out July 11 and will be available via all digital platforms.