A giddy and instrument-stuffed indie pop record, rich with acoustic guitars, coconuts mimicking horse clip-clops, and songs that will make you smile and leave a smile on your face.
Koria Kitten Riot are a Finnish indie-pop band led by singer Antti Reikko and featuring a full band. Their third album, ‘Rich Men Poor Men Good Men’, is influenced by Elliott Smith, Neutral Milk Hotel, Wilco and early Weezer.
It’s the sort of album that brings a smile to your face and leaves you feeling optimistic, aided by their bijou music videos. The songs are incredibly well-crafted, the melodies are beautiful and there is an understated charm about them that sets them apart from the likes of Smith and Oberst.
The band’s latest release, ‘Rich Men Poor Men Good Man’, is the first of their songs to feature a full band. This is the album that KKR’s singer-songwriter Antti Reikko said he wanted to make and it’s one of their most honest recordings yet.
‘Rich Men Poor Men Good Man’ is a very well-crafted and emotionally charged indie-folk record that will bring a smile to your face and leave you feeling optimistic. It’s the sort of album that brings you to a sunny beach and away from your troubles.
‘Rich Men Poor Men Good Men’ is the third studio album from Helsinki, Finland indie-folk quintet, Koria Kitten Riot. It’s fronted by songwriter Antti Reikko and features a full band, including guitarist Teemu Vanska (Johnny Superhero), bassist Lasse Toimi and keyboard player Olli Rahkonen. The band have recorded the album in Berlin with Doug Van Sloan handling the mastering.