Finnish indie pop quintet koriakittenriot have released their third album ‘Rich Men Poor Men Good Men’, an effort built around singer-songwriter Antti Reikko’s experiences. KKR have always been a band, but this time it’s their first full-band release, allowing the music to be more developed and honest.
Rich Men Poor Men Good Men is a very thoughtful record. It highlights the frailty of humanity, but also provides a sense of hope.
Songs of Hope and Science
Songs of Hope and Science is the fourth album by Helsinki indie rock band koriakittenriot. It is a guitar pop-tinged album with some 60s folk rock flavour, reminiscent of The Beatles and XTC. It is a very thoughtful album, with many different themes interwoven. It has a strong sense of purpose and confidence in its writing, with a gentle melodic sound. Throughout the album, koriakittenriot pokes fun at humanity and points out its weak spots, but their message is always uplifting, reminding us that hope lies just around the corner. It is an incredibly positive album, and I recommend you listen to it on JioSaavn.
The Earth Will Spin Around
The Earth Will Spin Around is a new single from Helsinki-based indie rock band koriakittenriot. It’s the lead track from their new album Songs of Hope and Science which is out 27th January via VILD Recordings. The track is a lighthearted anthem that combines three-part harmonies with mellotron and piano to create a catchy melody. The song was written after the band’s lead singer Antti Reikko felt betrayed in his life and the lyrics encourage us to look beyond our personal problems and see them in a broader global context – the Sun’s still shining and the planet keeps on spinning.
The theory behind this planetary revolving cycle is that there are two titanic forces in the Earth’s core; one pulling at the inner core while the other slowing it down by gripping it from above with its mucilaginous layer, known as the mantle. In this speculative model, the magnetic field generated by the iron currents in the liquid outer core, which surrounds Earth’s inner core, is tugging on the nucleus and causing it to rotate, while the immense gravitational force of the mantle is holding it back. The resulting 70-year rhythm could cause Earth’s magnetic field to slightly tweak, though that’s probably unlikely to have any significant impact on the planet’s core.
The Good Old Days Are Never Coming Back
In today’s world, it can be hard to keep up with the pace of change. Technology advances at a rapid rate, and we are constantly bombarded with new ideas that replace old ones. It’s no wonder that many of us are looking for a return to the good old days, when things were simpler and less stressful.
The song The Good Old Days Are Never Coming Back, by Macklemore and Kesha, is a fun ode to the past that is sure to make you want to reminisce about your youth. The lyrics of the song are simple yet effective, and they offer listeners an apt metaphor for what life is like as we age.
One of the best parts about this song is that it focuses on a topic that most people struggle with. Whether it’s the rising cost of living or finding time for family and friends, it can be difficult to find balance between work and home life. Luckily, this song is designed to help people remember the little things that are important to them.
The song is also very catchy, and it’s sure to get stuck in your head. It’s the perfect song to listen to while driving, working out, or just spending time with your friends and family. It’s also a great choice for a road trip, so you can enjoy the scenery in the background while you’re reminiscing about your past. The song is a great way to remember the simple things in life, and it’s sure to be a hit for many years to come!