Dynamic indie rockers King No-One announce another UK tour after a string of back to back sold out runs. Incredibly this will be the band’s fourth UK tour in under a year, which underlines their work ethic along with the undeniable and insatiable fan demand.
King No-One have been conquering the stage, gaining bigger and bigger audiences with each show and blowing away crowds across the UK.
The latest tour is the band’s biggest to date and includes many venues normally reserved for major label signed bands who enjoy heavy daytime radio 1 support, proving once again that King No-One are one of the most exciting and in demand new guitar bands in the UK right now.
Word of the band’s explosive live shows has got out which has resulted in invites to perform on the main stage at this years Y Not festival along with opening the Radio 1/NME stages at Reading and Leeds - a first ever for an unsigned band. The band have previously played packed-to-the-rafter shows at festivals such as The Great Escape (BBC Introducing Showcase), Live At Leeds, Dot-To-Dot and a headlining Club NME show at the iconic KOKO in Camden.
Making an undeniable mark as one of the most exciting, ‘must see’ bands for 2017, King No-One are set to be exploding across the musical landscape and conquering even more hearts and minds along the way.