To Kill A King have today released their new single ‘Spiritual Dark Age’ and announced a headline tour for January 2018. Described by singer Ralph Pelleymounter as “a bit of comfort for the long dark night of the soul,” ‘Spiritual Dark Age’ is To Kill A King at their irrepressible best. Marrying memorable, thought-provoking lyrics with dynamic production and outrageously catchy hooks, ‘Spiritual Dark Age’ grabs from the off and never lets up. ‘Spiritual Dark Age’ and recent single ‘‘The Good Old Days’ will feature on the To Kill A King’s third album due early 2018.
The band’s twelve-date UK tour starts at Sheffield Plug on January 11th and will culminate at Islington Assembly Hall on January 27th. “We are so excited to get back on the road and play for you all, it’s been too long since we’ve seen a lot of these parts,” says Ralph. “Roll on 2018!”
Earlier this year To Kill A King played three consecutive London headline dates (at The Borderline, Oslo, and Omeara), and this week they return to their DIY roots with a European
‘Living Room Tour’, which starts in Belgium on Thursday.
After releasing two acclaimed albums, 2013’s ‘Cannibals With Cutlery’ and 2015’s self-titled follow-up ‘To Kill A King’, and touring incessantly since 2010, To Kill a King took a well deserved break in 2016, Ralph using the time to write with Rag’n’ Bone Man and Zibra, while keyboardist Ben Jackson produced albums for Childcare and Little White Things.
To Kill a King, headline tour January 2018…
Thu 11 – Sheffield Plug
Fri 12 – Hull Früit
Sat 13 – Manchester Academy 3
Mon 15 – Newcastle upon Tyne The Cluny
Tue 16 – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
Wed 17 – Nottingham Bodega
Sat 20 – Birmingham Mama Roux’s
Sun 21 – Norwich Waterfront Studio
Tue 23 – Bristol Thekla
Wed 24 – Brighton The Hope and Ruin
Thu 25 – Southampton The Joiners
Sat 27 – London Islington Assembly Hall