Following lockdown took production duties in to their own hands to get the album finished

This Time Next Year was entirely self-released, without a label

The album reached number 6 in the UK indie chart, number 22 in both the digital and physical album chart and 17 in the album sales chart

“a snarling debut full of grit, determination and blood-curdling fury“ 4 stars – NME

“Conflicting emotions and catchy soundscapes“ 8/10 – Gigwise

‘Glitterati’ was ‘Hottest “Record in the World’ on Radio 1

‘Working Man’s Town’ has had 1.5m streams on Spotify

All socially-distanced album release shows sold out; Werkhaus London x2, De La Warr Pavilion Bexhill x2 and Concorde Brighton


New England is the first single from album 2

Official video has over 110k views on YouTube

100k plays during the first week on Spotify

“Kid Kapichi have teamed up with Bob Vylan for a snarling new track” – NME

Radio 1 support from Adele Roberts, Jack Saunders, Daniel P Carter, plus playlists on Radio X and Kerrang Radio


Headlining the Electric Ballroom, London in May 2022 (1,400 cap)

Sold out Scala London, November 2021 (800 cap)

Sold out 6 shows on 2021 tour: London, Brighton, Manchester, Leeds, Notts and Birmingham

Sold out The White Rock Theatre in Hastings, August 2021 (1066 cap)

Toured Europe with Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes in 2019

Short U.K. Tour with Nothing But Thieves (O2 Academy Oxford, O2 Academy Liverpool and UEA Norwich)

Previous supports include The Specials at Dreamland Margate, FIDLAR at Brixton Electric and Slaves

Played the BBC Introducing stage at Reading and Leeds in 2019

Upcoming Festival include: 2000 Trees, The Great Escape, Kendall Calling and more TBA


'Glitterati' was made 'Hottest Record in the World' by Jack Saunders (in for Annie Mac) on BBC Radio 1 Future Sounds

‘Death Dips’ featured on BBC Radio 1’s playlist

Kid Kapichi played a BBC Radio 1 Maida Vale live session in 2019

‘Glitterati’ was #1 in on Phil Targart’s Radio 1 Hype Chart

Multiple ‘Next Wave’ features with Jack Saunders on Radio 1 Indie Show

Multiple ‘Tune of the week’ features with Jack Saunders on Radio 1

Multiple singles featured on the Radio X playlist

Kid Kapichi played a live session on Radio X in 2019 and a live session from lockdown in 2021

Multiple singles featured on the Kerrang Radio playlist

Kid Kapichi hosted their own show on the Kerrang Radio Hijack 

Multiple MTV rock playlist features

Multiple features on the Kerrang TV playlist

Support across US College Radio Network

 plays and interviews with Kink FM in the Netherlands


Kid Kapichi were featured in the NME 100 bands for 2021

Kerrang ‘Kid Kapichi condemn new Nationality and Borders Bill’ – Kerrang

Kid Kapichi featured in Fred Perry Subculture

‘Making Waves’ – Music Week

‘Thugs’ was nominated for best video at the UK Music Video Awards 2020 


Spotify - The Rock List cover (426k followers - UK’s Biggest Rock Playlist)

Spotify - The Rock List cover (426k followers - UK’s Biggest Rock Playlist)

Spotify - Post Punk 2k cover (219k followers)

Spotify - The Pit playlist cover (18k followers)

Amazon Music - Rock Right Now Playlist Billboard in Leicester Square, London

Amazon Music - Rock Scene Live Stream (Broadcast on Twitch)

Amazon Music - Fresh Rock playlist cover

Deezer - New School of Rock Playlist cover