ARTIST: Three Kings High
TITLE: Blood Is Blue
RELEASE PERIOD: April 2015
FORMAT: Digital / Vinyl / CD
NEW SINGLE ‘BLOOD IS BLUE’ OUT IN APRIL 2015
NEW ALBUM ‘HAIL’ (OUT IN MAY/JUNE 2015)
1.Blood is Blue / 2. Banging My Drum / 3. Swine
4. Crow And The Dove / 5. Excuses, Excuses / 6. Sirens
7. Nothing Left To Lose / 8. Off The Cuff / 9. One Good Year
10. Frienemy / 11. All The Best / 12. Havent Got A Whole Lot
VIDEO NEW SINGLE ‘BLOOD IS BLUE’ OUT IN APRIL 2015:
Three Kings High have been bubbling under the surface for the last couple of years, releasing tracks here and there and taking their live set to as many towns and cities across the UK as possible. Now, however they release new single ‘Blood Is Blue’ taken from their first full length feature “HAIL”. At 12 tracks deep it is proof that the Kings are able to deliver more than just singles and EP’s, and this is a true reflection of the sound that fans have been hearing at their shows.
Included in the record is “Nothing Left To Lose”, originally released in September 2014, this track garnered radio play and reviews, and the Kings have now included an extended album version. Also included are live show favourites such as “Frienemy” and “Blood Is Blue”, which bring the high tempo, Sleaze-Rock to the album, whilst “Excuses, Excuses” and “All The Best” show their maturity and diversity in song writing, allowing a change of pace whilst keeping up the vibe of the record.
Three Kings High are an amalgamation of Bristol’s diverse influences with big riff heavy guitars, anthemic choruses and indie sensibilities. Through this record, the Kings have made every effort to translate their live shows into a studio recording, ensuring the energy and impact is immediately felt. It is this live sound that has allowed the Kings to play Punk nights in London, as well as Soul venues in Newcastle, and have the crowds become fans of a band outside their normal comfort zone.
To coincide with the release, Three Kings High will be touring the UK, with dates in London, Liverpool, Sheffield, Cardiff, Ipswich, Bournemouth & Bristol confirmed, and more dates to be announced.
Sat 7th March: London – The Garage
Fri 27th March: London – The Finsbury
Sat 28th March: Sheffield – The Washington
Fri 3rd April: Liverpool – Lomax
Fri 10th April: Ipswich – Cult Café
Sat 11th April: Bristol – Mothers Ruin
Fri 17th April: Burnham – Royal Clarence
Sat 18th April: Cardiff – The Full Moon
Fri 24th April: Bournemouth – Winchester
Sat 2nd May: Bristol – Mr Wolfs
Sun 3rd May: Canterbury, City Sound Project
Sat 16th May: Newcastle – Head of Steam