3 March 2023 at 10:49 am

Author:   Tegan Rowe


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Tomorrow The Drill welcomes the rising indie / alt-rock band King No-One! With the quartet’s EP set to chart in the independent Top 20, it’d be a mistake to miss these guys. Their latest single “Neighbours” has been gaining attention on radio stations and music streaming platforms, and their latest EP “The Dead Hotel” has been receiving rave reviews from critics and fans alike. You can be part of King No-One’s biggest ever UK tour, entering their “little world…intended to bring new life”. With impressive ease they create captivating rhythms, and engaging lyrics that explore philosophical and challenging ideas.

There’s no doubt that King No-One will translate the enthralling scenography and performance from their music videos to their tour; frontman Zach Lout particularly demands attention in his glorious showman style. King No-One’s passion is immense, in a rage against standards, and a message of approval in owning your identity, you will never forget the lasting impact they will have on you, and their infectious music will certainly make plenty of new fans.

Brought to you by Close Up promotions, the evening promises “emerging, effervescent music” (Metro), and “scene stealing trajectory” (Gigwise). Whether you are looking to see King No-One as a fan, or you just want an enjoyable evening of emerging talent, then The Drill is the place to be this Saturday! Tickets £11.50 – online, over the phone, or on the door.

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