King No-One just released their latest track entitled ‘Toxic Love’ which is set to be accompanied by a music video this Friday.
This edgy indie-rock track is overflowing with dark undertones whilst keeping to the band’s unique style, which is only emphasised by lead singer Zach Lount’s unparalleled voice. Beginning with the lyrics “psychotic poison ivy ribbons around my consciousness” the tone is set for what continues to be an ominous yet somehow buoyant song which talks of “running just to stop” and “a thousand sins come creeping in” with “no remedies”.
King No-One show their striking versatility between tracks as other hits include ‘Alcatraz’ and ‘Antichrist’, each with over half a million streams on Spotify alone.
This latest release comes ahead of their headline tour begins today (March 8) in Glasgow, which they have recently been promoting by busking in the cities they are set to visit on tour, so it is certainly worth keeping an eye out for them.
They will be heading out to the festival scene later this year, playing at Kendal Calling, Y-Not Festival and TRNSMT Festival to name just a few.
March UK Tour
8 – Glasgow, Oran Mor
9 – Hull, Welly
10 – York, Fibbers
14 – London, Camden Assembly
15 – Sheffield, Leadmill
16 – Leicester, Cookie Jar
17 – Manchester, Academy 2
Tickets are available via See Tickets.