Upper Street, London N1 2UD
Latest drop, single Spiritual Dark Age see's their racing folk rock take on a new extreme. With serious sincerity in the lyrics and tone, complemented with the sprinkling guitars and drums, a catchy cruise from start to finish.
To Kill A King have been crafting melodic folk that's packed full of love, loss and heartbreak since their debut Cannibals With Cutlery, but it was 2015's self-titled LP that really struck a chord with fans and critics alike.
Receiving support from BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens and publications like Shortlist and The Guardian, it was an album that led to comparisons with bands like The Maccabees and The National, and took them to a huge headline date at London's Shepherd's Bush Empire.
Now back to lay it down live, they're taking on the Islington Assembly Hall.
Presented by DHP.
This is a 16+ event.
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