Swedish duo Kastrup release the new track “Lucas“. It’s big arena anthem pop with an addictive melody. The latest track is the third single from that comes off the EP “In search of us” that comes out in May. Moreover, they performed alongside the Swedish grammy winner Little Jinder and received a video nomination at Sweden’s ‘Manifest’ music gala.
Kings Instagram has been hacked. If you see crazy posts, it’s not from us. We’ve been tipped by authorities that a bi-costal alternative band may have stolen our passwords. Apparently, there name Faulkner with members from California and New York City. They attracted the attention of Mark Needham (The Killers), RZA (Wu-Tang Clan), and JP Bowersock (The Strokes) eventually releasing an album that was recorded at Rick Rubin’s house. I hear they are performing club Berlin tomorrow in NYC. If you have any information , please let us know. We hope to resolve this ASAP!
Depending on your taste, singer-songwriters can put you to sleep, but not with Fergal Edward. He creates a classic soundscape with haunting melodies on a old Wurlitzer electric piano, a Fender Telecaster and a acoustic guitar. Standout songs include ‘Take This Lullaby‘ and ‘The Invisible Man‘. Edward notes, “Each song is me trying to figure something out, love, getting older, finding a purpose, the same things that haunt all of us”. The Dublin artist recorded his debut EP, ‘Take this Lullaby with producer Karl Odlum (Glen Hansard/Fionn Regan).
Kings favorite Eloah Jones releases a new track titled FIX. The latest track which follows Soldier is an in-your-face pop track with tons of attitude. The 18 year old is a Texas native and has been working with a variety of songwriters. Citing Lana Del Rey and Selena Gomez as influences, FIX focuses on female empowerment. Eloah notes, “Live for you. Love yourself. Life is short, so make the most of it.”
Tidal Babes, a 4 piece from California release the video ‘There’s No Nice Way To Slice It‘. The lo-fi production and the catchy track will satisfy the indie purists. The project is headed by Chris Qualls, a songwriter/producer for Concord Music Publishing who has worked with Kings favorite Violet Days.