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The Fall of Kings

The Fall of Kings

The Fall of Kings


The Fall Of Kings (TFOK) consists of 4 friends. Dan and Nathan met at school, Nathan and Dave met during Uni, and Joe is Dan's brother. Forming back in early 2008 there was only one aim, to write good music. Not worried about labels or scenes the lads have continually evolved their sound to how it sounds today. Background keyboards have blossomed into epic sound scapes, bass riffs have flooded every song, a polite guitar has become gritty and confident Read more on Last.fm
The Fall Of Kings (TFOK) consists of 4 friends. Dan and Nathan met at school, Nathan and Dave met during Uni, and Joe is Dan's brother. Forming back in early 2008 there was only one aim, to write good music. Not worried about labels or scenes the lads have continually evolved their sound to how it sounds today. Background keyboards have blossomed into epic sound scapes, bass riffs have flooded every song, a polite guitar has become gritty and confident, and rhythms no longer just keep tempo but turn heads and beat their way through audiences chests. Over countless gigs around Liverpool and the North West TFOK have become a true 'live-band', fusing strong musicianship with audience participation, experimental instrumentals with infectious sing-alongs, and occasionally throwing in an unexpected cover (Spandau Ballett's 'Gold' and Haddaway's 'What is Love' included).They've experimented with lights triggered by the bass drum, hand painted banners and t-shirts, home made promo videos and artwork, stripped back acoustic sets, Birthday cakes (with candles) presented on-stage, climbing on amps, drum kits and furniture, running through the crowd with wind chimes, and dragging strangers out the crowd to play along on floor toms.

They are not afraid to try something new and have fun doing it. 2010 saw them support Mark Morriss (The Bluetones) as well as warm up for acts such as 'The Automatic' and 'Goldie Lookin Chain' at Sunset Festival, Wirral. Performing to hundreds of people on the same stage as established artists was a wake up call for the lads. Not only did they feel at home on a larger stage, but the festival atmosphere was the perfect showcase for them. "It was our biggest gig yet and we felt we rose to the occasion" said keyboard player Joe, "The crowd seemed to love it!" Read more on Last.fm.

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