The King’s Parade – Mad – Music EP Review

We look at the EP from London based four-piece The King’s Parade. The band recently released a couple of teasers to the EP but now the full EP is out. It time to get a little indie in our life.

The King’s Parade

The band has build a brilliant live fanbase behind them, due to them completing several sold out headline tours across Europe and across the UK. If you like chilled indie music – They are hitting the road again this April (info at the bottom of this).

Track by Track Thoughts

Mad – The title track sets the tone and keeps a laid-back feel to it. Vocals with emotions and with a great tone to it.
Mistakes – Continues the theme. Good changeups between the verses and the chorus with the music behind the vocals. Drums perfect.
20 – Little bit of a changeup from the chilled indie feel of the previous two. The song has a country edge to it weirdly too. It got me thinking for people chilling in a redneck bar in Southern USA.
Good Excuse – A good ending song. Bringing in a relaxed tone to a bigger crescendo finish.

Overall Thoughts

A chill out EP to add to your collection. Vocals are terrific with the lead singer’s tone terrific. The lyrics keep you thinking but you can just drift away in a cloud of thoughts.
The EP is out today!!!

For More Info

Official Site Link – Click Here

The King’s Parade Tour Dates

07/04 – Madrid, Siroco
12/04 – Barcelona, Razzmatazz
19/04 – Paris, Le 1999
20/04 – The Hague, Paardcafe
24/04 – London, Borderline
26/04 – Leeds, Headrow House
27/04 – Brighton, Marwood
26/05 – Essen, Weststadthalle Essen
27/05 – Hamburg, Nochtwache
29/05 – Berlin, Maze
30/05 – Munich, Zehner