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Spring King
A Better Life

The North can party too you know. Manchester's Spring King show us how it's done with their second album of primal, joyous and thundering party anthems. The lads have got the party started for the likes of Kaiser Chiefs and Kasabian on recent tours and so know how to make lots of people stay awa...view item »

Spring King
The Summer

Spring King have been working hard the old fashioned way by doing actual gigs supporting the likes of everyone before recording their debut album. Therefore they will have garnered a fanbase slavering in anticipation.  This their new single sits somewhere in between Interpol and the England football team ci...view item »

Spring King
Who Are You?

Spring King are a band who cite a wide variety of influences, but the ones that they show in their music seem to be Arcade Fire, Ty Segall and Black Lips making a more polished garage sound. Who Are You is their new single which was produced and mixed by their very own singing drummer, Tarek M...view item »

Spring King
Tell Me If You Like To

Tell Me If You Like To is the debut album from Manchester post-punks Spring King. They're seemingly already on the road to success after being bigged-up by the NME with the music mag calling them the most promising new band of 2016. They also have the accomplishment of being the first band Zane Lowe played on his new ...view item »

Spring King

Rectifier is the first 2016 single from Manchester pop-post-punk group Spring King. The fun-loving band make a shouty racket that draws on UK art-rock traditions as well as American hardcore. The end product is an extremely distinctive melodic, but also aggressive sound. Vinyl 7” released by I...view item »

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They’re Coming After You EP

It’s post punk from Spring King; They’re Coming After You is energetic, discontented and comes with some good ol’ bass guitar keeping things very much down to earth in sodden Dr Martens. Expect rampant guitar riffs, crashing cymbals and shouty vocals, in summary, a good time. It’s also wo...view item »