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The Neo-Kalashnikovs - Urban Warfare

The Neo-Kalashnikovs - Urban Warfare (Anti-TPPA Kiwi music video)

The Neo-Kalashnikovs an Auckland sibling rock band aren't afraid to let people know what they think of the TPPA agreement. They have released their new music video "Urban Warfare" featuring protest footage from the march and blockade in Auckland that occurred on the 4th of February.

The band's singer Volita Bioletti is strongly against the TPPA agreement and wants everyone to think about the signing of such an agreement and the impact it will have on New Zealand's future.

The band are also just weeks away from releasing their next record "The Cream E.P" that touches on other serious social issues troubling the country from the minimum wage and foreign policy to depression and domestic unemployment. If your a fan of good honest Kiwi rock watch the new video on Youtube, like them on Facebook and find their first album "She's On Heat" on Bandcamp in the links below.

https://theneokalashnikovs.bandcamp.com
https://www.facebook.com/TheNeoKalashnikovs/

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