King No-One has released their new single, “Antichrist.” It follows their previous release “Alcatraz”, which has become a fan favourite after their hugely successful UK tour in 2016.
King No-One champions a band ethos that everyone is equal regardless of gender, colour or sexual orientation, in other words that “no-one is king.” This is the central theme of “Antichrist,” a strong message of resistance to narrow-mindedness and oppression. Frontman Zach Lount describes it as “a sarcastic gesture to human history”.
In addition to the track release, King No One are heading back out on the road next month for highest profile run of shows to date.
Listen to their new track “Antichrist” below:
King No One Tour Dates:
Thu 2nd – The Lexington, London (BBC Introducing showcase)
Wed 29th – Latest Music Bar, Brighton
Thu 30th – Thousand Island (formerly Upstairs at the Garage), London
Fri 31st – Brudenell (Main Room), Leeds
Sat 1st – King Tuts, Glasgow
Tue 4th – Hare & Hound, Birmingham
Wed 5th – The Louisiana, Bristol
Thu 6th – Fruit, Hull
Fri 7th – Deaf Institute, Manchester
Sat 8th – The Sugar Mill, Stoke
Tue 11th – Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
Wed 12th – Bodega, Nottingham
Thu 13th – The Leadmill (Room 2), Sheffield
Fri 14th – Studio 2, Liverpool
Sat 15th – Fibbers, York