The K’s have shared their latest single No Place Like Home which features on their upcoming debut album I Wonder If The World Knows.
The four-piece will headline a Manchester gig at Victoria Warehouse in April.
No Place Like Home was written by band members Jamie Boyle and Ryan Breslin and recorded, mixed and produced by Gareth Nuttall. Speaking about the track, the band spoke of its personal story: “No Place Like Home is a story of the weekly occurrence of anxiety and panic attacks every Sunday. Starting with an initial feeling of confusion as to why your body feels like it’s fighting to survive closely followed by the panic that sets in as you retrace your steps through the night before. The dreaded “beer fear” and financial hardship that makes you promise you’ll never do it again – only to do the exact same the weekend after. The song constantly battles to try and find balance between the temporary tranquillity that comes with being intoxicated and the harsh reality of the longer term effects it has on both physical and mental health.”
The track is accompanied by an official video from director Geoff Owens. The video features a teenager dancing around the streets whilst listening to a cassette of the band as a form of escapism.
Their debut album is released via Manchester indie imprint LAB Records. The K’s will release I Wonder If The World Knows on 22 March 2024.
The K’s will head out on a UK tour in April including a Manchester gig at the O2 Victoria Warehouse.
When do The K’s headline at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse?
The K’s headline at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse on 26 April 2024. The Manchester gig is one of ten dates they have announced:
6 April – Hull, The Welly Club
12 April – Cardiff, Tramshed
13 April – Birmingham, O2 Institute
18 April – Edinburgh, La Belle Angèle
19 April – Newcastle Upon Tyne, NX
20 April – Leeds, O2 Academy
26 April – Manchester, O2 Victoria Warehouse
27 April – Nottingham, Rock City
2 May – London, Electric Ballroom
3 May – Brighton, Brighton Concorde 2
The K’s will also feature at Blossoms’ Big Bank Holiday Weekend at Wythenshawe Park on2 5 August 2024.