Rising post-punk outfit Killer Kowalski are soon to unleash their latest sonic creation, Landlord Leonard, a raw and introspective anthem that pushes the boundaries of the genre.
Landlord Leonard does what it says on the tin, really. It’s a brutal, raw tirade about the exploitation of tenants who find themselves paying exorbitant amounts for a shoebox full of mould and decay. With elements of The Buzzcocks, The Fall, Devo, Soft Play and Art Brut, Killer Kowalski deliver a compelling blend of introspection, rawness, and a touch of social commentary, with the band again displaying their
knack for crafting anthems for the disappointed.