King No-One’s “Alcatraz” Will Fill The Fizzy Void In Your Indietronic Rockdom

They’ve got the buoyant vibe.

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

British indietronic rockers, King No-One, buoys us up to dancey syncopated cloud of pop and effervescent polish of rock in their new single “Alcatraz.” They emit a The-1975-esque vibe that stretches to a more funkier territory. Hit play:

Comprised of Zach Lount (frontman), Joe Martin (lead guitar), Alex Townsley (bass), and James Basille (drums), King No-One have been shaking the indie pop scene of UK with several sold-out shows and growing fanbase. “Alcatraz” is the follow up of their previous single “Halo” – another dance banger. King No-One has more tour dates coming up, so go hail to your new majesty cus the ticket prices do fit your peasant budget:

Europe 2016 tour

11/28 – Fruit (Hull, UK)

12/6 – Bodega (Nottingham, UK)

12/7 – Sound Control Bar (Manchester, UK)

12/8 – Exchange (Bristol, UK)

12/9 – Boston Music Rooms (London, UK)

12/13 – Mama Roux’s (Birmingham, UK)

12/14 – King Tuts (Glasgow, UK)

12/15 – Wardrobe (Leeds, UK)

12/16 – Fibbers (York, UK)