King No-One’s UK Tour Begins in Manchester
Written by: Olivia Kenny
King No-One are equally remarkable both on stage and off, in fact, I am yet to find a band who has blown me away quite so much. Their live energy is undeniably infectious, and this transpires to their recordings, which are equally as impressive. The group are pretty DIY, but their music is well thought out, it’s well-produced, precise and is a perfect display of not only the sheer talent possessed by the group, but also of the dedication they have shown to their music and fans.
The York trio have become one of the fastest growing unsigned bands at the moment, and I don’t see them slowing down anytime soon. They have developed into a word-of-mouth phenomenon, rapidly earning a dedicated following who, last year, saw them take on their biggest tour yet, selling over 3,500 tickets, with a monumental headline show at Manchester’s O2 Ritz.
2019 has already seen the group launch their latest track “Lemonade,” the second single to feature on their debut EP “OOMM,” which is set to come out next week (29 March). As well as this track, fans have already heard “Out of My Mind,” which is also going to feature on the EP. Both songs have quickly become live staples, each showing a different sound, a different side to the band, while keeping the power, impact and the theatrically bold tone, King No-One have come to be known for. Today (March 15) the band have launched the final single to feature on the EP, titled “Under The Sound.”
March 29 is a date to keep in your diary, as not only will the EP be launched, but this also marks the start of King No-One’s 11-date UK tour, where they will be appearing at three iconic venues in their adopted hometown of Manchester, beginning with an EP launch party at The Deaf Institute, a Throwback Set at Night People and an OOMM tour set at Gorilla, before heading to Glasgow, Leeds, Oxford and many more venues across the country.
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