As announced a few days ago with the single “I Wanna Know”, Swiss alternative rockers Charles In The Kitchen just released their brand new EP called ‘The Fifth Mechanism’ for Limited Tape edition & Digital through their “partners in crime” from Division Records (Closet Disco Queen, Bunkr, Dirge, Hexis, Papertank, Unfold…)

In addition to the official release-news, the band also premiered an official music video for the song “The Boy & The Girl” and just shared the whole record for full-streaming & FREE DOWNLOAD on Bandcamp.

Stream | Download the full-EP on Bandcamp | Buy the Limited Tape Edition on the Division webstore.

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‘The Fifth Mechanism’ is a 5 song EP with more than 20 minutes of modern, powerful, melodic yet straightforward rock. 5 iconic songs, each with its own character and proper sound.
Less is more, some say: the idea behind this 5 song EP is to deliver a fewer amount of musical pieces, but offering a wider display of styles and tastes, making every song sound unique.
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…For the record…

CHARLES IN THE KITCHEN was founded in early 2011 with the basic aim of playing one single gig of rock covers in a kitchen for Easter. It happened: the band’s five members invited a whole lot of friends and almost made the house collapse.

A while after, they thought that it would be a pity not to try and play some more, and they started creating their own songs. They took their time, played a few more gigs, and came up with a list of 12 rock songs that were released as their first album in March 2015. They then increased speed and wrote a second album that got released on local label Division Records in September 2016.

The band played gigs around Switzerland for a while, got a new drummer and released a nice 7” split single with local grunge heroes Them Stones.

Now is the time for more fresh material: a brand new record is coming to life soon on Division Records,  .

For fans of Queens Of The Stone Ages, Danko Jones, The Hives…

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