King No-One’s Video “Alcatraz” Brings Effervescent Polish Of 80s Pop In Gloriously Chintzy Fashion

It’s obnoxiously repeat-worthy.

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

Photo: Courtesy of Wilful Publicity

British indie pop quartet, King No-One, finally revealed their music video for “Alcatraz” – a sweetly compressed disco and pop ballad that draws from the effervescent polish of early 80s influences. The video’s got an unabashed, chintzy aesthetic to it that makes it all the more captivating and makes you want to join the color-block party:

King No-One has been stirring the indie pop scene with their top-charters “Foreign Tongue,” “Constellations” and “Stay Close.” They’ve been picked up by major radio stations (like BBC) and have had bunch of sold out shows across the UK. As of now, they have show dates coming up:

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 Room (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)