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THE K'S

THE K’S ALBUM LAUNCH LIVE IN BURY – WHAT HAPPENED?

The band of the moment kindly invited us down to share in their glory of a very special musical release yesterday evening. For anyone working in the music industry, or a regular gig goer, you will have heard of this five piece currently pushing to be number one…The K’s ladies and gents are THE band of the year, the one that has people talking just like all those Northern bands have before them, they are going places, and we are privy to be at the very start of their rise to the top.

The band had just finished an albums signing at Bury’s legendary record shop Wax and Beans, before hopping across the road to put on a very special intimate performance of their new album ‘I wonder if the world knows’. Bury certainly knows, as I tried to sneak to the front for some barrier shots the hardcore early punters were having none of it. I retreated the balcony but even there I could not escape the K’s fever sweeping through the venue.

The band have really made waves, managing to get top Manchester Poet Tony Walsh on board who has penned a brilliant piece of spoken word about the excitement of new music. There is a lot of excitement in the room this evening, which climaxes as soon as these five lad stroll onto the stage, taken aback slightly by the screams of the audience (you had better get used to that – it will only get louder!).

They sound fucking good, they have something very special here, it is not your run of the mill average indie band. There is an onstage presence, a brotherhood that makes them compelling to watch. They interact with the audience like seasoned pros and it is a humble sight, no gimmicks just music.

RGM’s Matt Jefferson has just reviewed the album and you can have a read below on what to expect. I certainly think that you should get onboard the K train and see them at their homecoming gig at Victoria Warehouse on the 26th April…it will be a belter!

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TO READ OUT VERY OWN MATT JEFFERSON’S REVIEW OF THE K’S DEBUT ALBUM CLICK HERE