Sunday, June 23, 2024

King Herd & Somebody Else

Out today, the self-titled debut album from new UK rock act King Herd, concurrent with their new single ‘Somebody Else’.

‘Like It Used To Be’ has been described as “a powerful ballad with driving riffs and soaring, forceful melodies.”  It’s currently A listed on Planet Rock Radio, and the band’s fourth consecutive single to do so, following previous releases ‘Remedy’, ‘Medicine’ and ‘Halo’.

Featuring Dave Taylor (Vocals), Tom Longworth (Guitar), Ray Loverock (Bass) and Karl Brazil (Drums), all the building blocks were in place, with a like-minded purpose and vision among the band, and

the King Herd album was recorded with Sam Miller (The Temperance Movement) at the helm. 

Tracks featured are ‘Halo’, ‘Close To The End’, ‘Remedy’, The Same’, ‘Somebody Else’, ‘Save Me’, ‘Medicine’, Like It Use To Be’, ‘Another War’ and ‘Only One’.

King Herd has opened for Reef, Feeder and Gun, and performed at Steelhouse festival and Planet Rock’s Winters End Festival, picking up a whole host of new fans due to their live show. They are set to tour the UK in 2023., dated to be announced, but two so far, one in the capital, the other in the second city.


Mon Sept 25th 2023 – Water Rats, London
Wed Sept 27th 2023 – Hare and Hounds, Birmingham

Tickets are available here.

You can check out the video to previous single, ‘Halo‘, here at RAMzine.

Paul H Birch
Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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