Beaming with a shining optimism, ‘Get You Right’ is a significant and raw track by brilliant, up and comers King No-One. Inspired by an event of deep trauma, frontman Zach Count discusses the sentiment behind the track explaining: “Get You Right is a song for anyone to relate to in their own way, that has felt low, insecure, or uninspired in recent times. It’s a bitter sweet message to focus and look after yourself. I wrote the song during lockdown after I was seriously attacked in a street mugging, it incurred a long physical and mental recovery cooped up in our tiny flat. So writing the song was my key to bouncing back, and once lockdown was lifted, We immediately hit the studio and finished the record.”
The track is packed with a unique dynamism and honesty both lyrically and musically- something that is echoed by their brilliant accompanying music video that sees the group driving through a variety of streets in a cardboard cut-out car. It’s deliciously eighties in spirit, filled with neon lights and funky green screen backdrops.
Released through the innovative Swedish record label Corite, the group continue to flex their muscle for all things DIY being the first British band to feature on a label that enables fans to buy shares in the song themselves in order to support the funding of campaigns. Indeed, as the group continues to use their platform to share the message that regardless of colour, gender, sexuality or financial status no-one is King, everyone is born equal, they continue to amass an impressive fan-base and embody the true nature of independent music.