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The King’s Parade share new single ‘Mistakes’

Critically acclaimed London four-piece The King’s Parade have released their new single, ‘Mistakes’, ahead of their headline tour of the UK and Europe next month. The band have also announced the release of their new EP, Mad, out April 5th.

A heartfelt and passionate blend of soulful vocals and climactic instrumentation, ‘Mistakes’ builds through a pensive introduction into a powerful crescendo to explore the complex emotional implications of choices and their consequences.

“‘Mistakes’ is a desperate call to change someone’s mind,” says frontman Olly Corpe. “The song describes the feeling of making the wrong choice and spending the rest of your life not knowing what the choice could have led to. Hindsight is a feeling that can help us learn from our mistakes but it is also a curse; the thought of ‘what could have been’ can stay in the back of your mind forever.”

The track is taken from their upcoming EP, Mad, out April 5th. Opening with previous single and title track ‘Mad’, which had great support from BBC 6Music, the EP weaves between touching, soulful moments and passionate outbursts of sonic energy amid graceful melodies, captivating harmonies and enthralling songwriting.

Olly says of the upcoming EP; “This EP feels like another step up from everything we’ve done in the past, and has allowed us to test the waters in terms of our sound.  All the songs on the EP share the common theme of longing for the past but in a way we’ve never been so excited for the future.” 

The band have built up a fervent live fanbase having completed a number of sold out headline tours across the UK and Europe, and are hitting the road again in April. They will play four countries in Europe before coming to the UK to play three dates across the country in London, Leeds and Brighton. Full tour dates can be found below:

THE KING’S PARADE TOUR DATES

07/04 – Madrid, Siroco

12/04 – Barcelona, Razzmatazz

19/04 – Paris, Le 1999

20/04 – The Hague, Paardcafe

24/04 – London, Borderline

26/04 – Leeds, Headrow House

27/04 – Brighton, Marwood

26/05 – Essen, Weststadthalle Essen

27/05 – Hamburg, Nochtwache

29/05 – Berlin, Maze

30/05 – Munich, Zehner

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