New Music – False Heads, Come at the King, Club Paradise

New releases – False Heads / Come at the King / Club Paradise 

False Heads: Slease

It’s been impossible to ignore the love for False Heads on social media and, if you haven’t caught them yet, new single Slease will give you a good idea why. With pure, hard-hitting punk tones reminiscent of The Adverts and early Wire, the track is a great mix of accessible aggression with indie guitar and heavy bass. Endorsed by the godfather of punk himself, Iggy Pop, East London’s False Heads are gaining a strong live reputation and are definitely ones to watch.

Band photo © Holly Benson-Tams

Watch the video for Slease here and check out more from False Heads


Come at the King: Shudder

Another three piece from London, Come at the King have released crowd favourite Shudder as their second single. Incorporating an undertone of bluesy riffs into their brand of indie rock, the track builds gradually to a crescendo, a fusion of traditional American style rock ‘n’ roll delivered with a British edge. Working hard on the live circuit, the band are starting to headline and fill bigger venues – look out for a date near you.

Listen to Shudder here and follow Come at The King for future releases 


Club Paradise: Kirby Keger

If indie synth pop is more your thing then Club Paradise’s latest offering may be right up your street. The Newcastle based band’s new single Kirby Keger would sit happily alongside the likes of Aztec Camera’s Somewhere in my Heart and brings 80s’ nostalgia to the table in sound and subject matter (Kirby Keger is the main character in Brat Pack staple St Elmo’s Fire). It’s an accomplished track for a young band who sound like they know exactly where they want to go.

You can listen to Kirby Keger here and keep up with the latest news from Club Paradise 


Words by Siobhan
Photos reproduced with permission

3rd April 2019