King Nun share new track ‘Golden Age’

The track gets lifted from the quintet’s forthcoming new album ‘LAMB’.

London quintet King Nun have shared another cut from their forthcoming new album ‘LAMB’; this time, in the form of ‘Golden Age’.

Speaking of the new track, the band’s Theo Polyzoides has said: “‘Golden Age’ is about feeling damned by the normalcy of life around you. It’s about trying to have fun and break away from the mundane too. There is so much about modern life that feels unnatural, or that things could have happened differently, so the humour lightens things up a bit in an anti-defeatist way.”

The band - now a quintet, after the recent arrival of guitarist Ethan Stockley-Young - are set to follow their 2019 debut ‘MASS’ with the release of ‘LAMB’ on 29th September via Marshall Records. ‘Golden Age’ is the opening track from the record, which was recorded at their label’s own Marshall Studio, with drummer Caius Stockley-Young on production duties.

Check out ‘Golden Age’ below.

The band have also announced a handful of performances in support of their new record’s release. The dates are as follows, and tickets can be found here.

01 Smugglers Records, Deal
02 Banquet Records, Kingston
03 Rough Trade East, London
04 Rough Trade Nottingham
05 Jacaranda, Liverpool
06 Vinyl Whistle, Leeds

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