NEW MUSIC: “Halo” by King No-One

Arctic Monkeys, Two Door Cinema Club, and The Killers have made a beautiful hybrid baby: King No-One. I’m sort of jealous we weren’t the first to speak about their newest hit, as King No-One has already gained the recognition of BBC Radio 1 and Pulled Apart by Horses. Their new single “Halo” has completely won us over, and after hearing it, you’ll be searching where to purchase their next show’s tickets!

The most truly captivating part of “Halo” definitely have to be the chorus with its utmostly raw energy and vocals. Zach Lount, King No-One’s vocalist, says the song is about “standards and limits set within relationships from social and personal pressures“, and you can feel this specific pressure in his voice, making “Halo” a one of a kind masterpiece.

After hearing “Halo“, you’re deadly curious about where to have the privilege of watching King-No One live, so here are their tour dates:

Feel like catching them with a bunch of artists? See them at Neighbourhood Festival this October 8th in Manchester, playing along with Circa Waves, Twin Atlantic, and High Tyde!

2 responses to “NEW MUSIC: “Halo” by King No-One”

  1. Great piece! Looking forward to hearing halo and reading more of your posts!

  2. […] a band that we truly cannot get enough of. We’ve already covered their amazing tracks “Halo” and “Stay Close” respectively; and we just can’t help ourselves with their […]

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