Indie-rock four-piece King No-One have gone from busking in the streets of York to selling out shows across the country. Made up of Zach Lount, Joe Martin, James Basile and Alex Townsley, they have continual demand from their thriving and ever-growing fanbase,
Championing a band ethos that everyone is equal regardless of gender, colour or sexual orientation; their name derives from the fantasy of an egalitarian society with no ruling monarchy – King No-One.
The band have also made waves on the UK festival circuit with performances at the likes of Reading and Leeds, the Great Escape, Live At Leeds and Dot-to-Dot as well as headlining Club NME at KOKO in Camden.They have also been played by various DJs at BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio 2, and Radio X and have received continual support from BBC Introducing.
Earlier this year they released their new track ‘Toxic Love’, which features eerie riffs and powerful lyrics and is guaranteed to be a fan favourite when performed live.introducing / king no-one