After setting European stages on fire with the release of their first LP in 2022, the mighty Turkish band returns with En Kötü Iyi Olur, an album that reflects their image: edgy, independent, political, and tremendously effective. With their roots in Anatolian poetry and sonorities, but their focus on a club-oriented, uncompromising rock, Lalalar has not given up and is once again ready to turn everything upside down. The streets of Istanbul have always been a melting pot of political energy, social furor, and intense musical progression. It's a hotbed of riotous sounds and artists looking for new outlets and sound; a bi-product of youth culture who have been living under the rule of Erdoğan for almost a decade. It's from these streets that the band Lalalar came to fruition. The alternative electronic-activists Ali Güçlü Şimşek, Barlas Tan Özemek and Alican İpek are radicals in terms of their political ideology of sounds; outspoken, ideological, and full of energy, ripe for the dancefloor.