York based Indie Rock powerhouse King No-One are back with their enthralling new single ‘Halo’. LISTEN HERE
‘Halo’ displays a band emanating creativity. The result is an introspective view of an artist looking for new avenues of expression. The candid vocal delivery of the verses contrasted with the raucous choruses leaves an unforgettable imprint and is reminiscent of household names such as The Killers, Peace and Sundara Karma.
Vocalist Zach Lount explains that the song is about “standards and limits set within relationships from social and personal pressures”.
The energetic four-piece has been blowing away audiences the length and breadth of the UK playing multiple O2 Academy tours and performing at a multitude of festivals including both Reading and Leeds, Dot to Dot, Live at Leeds, The Great Escape (BBC Introducing Stage) amongst others.
The band has also received previous support from the likes of Huw Stephens (BBC Radio 1), Dermot O’Leary (BBC Radio 2), Steve Lamacq (BBC 6 Music), Radio X, Gigslutz, Indie Current and got to Nr. 1 on the Hype Machine Twitter Charts.
King No-One are playing a headline UK tour in late September. Tour dates below.
16.9.16 London – Koko (Club NME)
22.9.16 Sheffield – The Rocking Chair
23.9.16 York – Fibbers
24.9.16 Nottingham – The Bodega Social Club
25.9.16 Liverpool – Arts Club
27.9.16 Newcastle – The Head Of Steam
28.9.16 Hull – Fruit
29.9.16 Leeds – Brudenell Social Club
8.10.16 Manchester – Neighbourhood Festival