Kopper ‘Fake It’ : Corporations faking wealth to acquire wealth, and how few people question this.

Kopper / Photo: Dom Moss

This is the second half of a double A side ‘​Fake it ​/ ​How Can You Be Sure?​’ ​mixed at Magpie Studios and mastered by Dion Lunadon (A Place to Bury Strangers).

Based on the despondent culture surrounding Fyre Festival, the band explain: “we were really inspired by the idea of corporations faking wealth to acquire wealth, and how few people question this.” ​

The track reflects a conformity of this new way of releasing music in the modern age, where the music often comes second-place to presentation, where faking it until you make it is often widely accepted.

Kopper (2018) is the brainchild of experimental London musician Jon Williams, born of small town in Kent. Jon is joined by Ed Smith (AKA beatboxrobot) and Tim Robins (AKA War Rooms), to take audiences on an absurdist psychological post-punk blitzkrieg.

Jon Williams of Kopper stated:​ “In reality we all are struggling artists that are constantly fighting an uphill battle for the attention of others.”


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Just wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who supported the new release last weekend, I know we’re going through hard times at the moment so it means a lot to have such a big positive reaction to our new music and to have you all listen to, like and share the singles with your bubbles. We hope its dispersed some lock down blues, by belting all that negativity out of your eardrums.⁠ ⁠ Had some great reviews in so far (and hopefully some more in the pipeline) and been the songs have been shared on some brilliant playlists so keep your eyes peeled for those!⁠ ⁠ Finally want to thank all that helped in the production of the songs, with a special shout out to @magpiestudioskent for doing such a brilliant job on these badboys, as well as Dion Lunadon (from A Place to Bury Strangers) for his mad mastering skills.⁠ ⁠ Thank you all for the support we love you and can’t wait to party with you when this is all over x ⁠ ⁠ 🖤⁠ Kopper⁠ ⁠ Photo Cred: Dom Moss

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