RELEASE NEW SINGLE ‘BE MINE’ LISTEN HERE
MANCHESTER SINGLE LAUNCH SHOW & UK/IRE LIVE DATES
KING KARTEL have released their brand new single ‘Be Mine’. In celebration of the track, the band will also play a single launch party at Manchester’s Club Academy on 6th March; and a handful of UK/IRE live dates.
‘Be Mine’ sees King Kartel swap their riotous indie rock for 50s & 60s inspired “doo wop indie”, while maintaining the addictive hooks and anthemic choruses which the band have become notorious for.
Formed of three Irish lads, one Mancunion and a lad from St Helens, King Kartel have already amassed an impressive back catalogue of top class records simply made for turbulent singalongs. Named as Radio X’s ‘Refreshing Sound’ winners in 2015, and on This Feeling’s ‘Big in 2019’ list; the band have sold out shows across Manchester and Northern Ireland, as well as securing slots at the likes of Isle of Wight, Truck and Y Not Festivals.
With firm support already in place from Radio X, BBC Introducing, BBC Radio 1’s Phil Taggart and This Feeling to name but a few, and tracks featured across TV shows including Hollyoaks, Come Dine With Me and World’s Strongest Man, the industry are well and truly locked in to King Kartel; with previous tracks seeing them compared to Kasabian, Catfish & The Bottlemen and The Fratellis.
6th March – Club Academy, Manchester
11th April – KU 2, Stockton Calling
12th April, Indiependance, Wigan
3rd May – Stag & Dagger, Glasgow
29th May – Spirit Store, Dundalk
30th May – Whelan’s, Dublin
KING KARTEL – BE MINE
PRESS FOR KING KARTEL:
“Big foot stomping indie” – Graham Smart ‘Radio X Track of the Week’
“A foot stomping, fist pumping riot of a band smashing up venues all over the North West” – This Feeling
“Next step the arena” – XFM Manchester
“It’s Elvis, it’s Iggy Pop, It’s Primal Scream. It’s just what you F**king want” – The Big Slice
“Cheeky guitar pop in the vein of The Fratellis and The Courteeners” – Phil Taggart, BBC Radio 1
“Anthemic indie rock, it’s something you don’t want to miss out on, trust me!” – Bitter Sweet Symphonies
‘This Feeling Big in 2019’
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