Kings Of Leon: a three-year wait

Kings Of Leon: a three-year wait

From their debut in 2003 to today, the Kings Of Leon (Caleb (guitar/vocals), Nathan (drums), Jared (bass) and Matthew Followill (guitar) have released eight studio albums: “Youth & Young Manhood” (2003), “Aha Shake Heartbreak” (2004), “ Because of the Times” (2007), “Only by the Night” (2008), “Come Around Sundown” (2010), “Mechanical Bull” (2013), “Walls” (2016), “When You See Yourself” ( 2021). They have sold over 20 million records and nearly 40 million singles worldwide. The multi-platinum band boasts five Billboard Hot 100 singles, seven Billboard Top 200 studio albums and two No. 1 singles on Modern Rock radio.

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With the release of “Walls,” the group debuted its album at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 for the first time. Additionally, it earned 8 Grammy nominations, 3 Grammy Awards wins, 3 NME awards, 2 Brit Awards and 1 Juno Award. The sound of their early works was very influenced by southern rock and blues, but gradually they included a variety of genres in their style that reached alternative rock. After a three-year wait, the band is aiming to be one of the great protagonists of 2024. The group has recently released “Mustang”, the song anticipates the release of their new album, their ninth studio album, entitled “Can We Please Have Fun”, available from May 10th. “Mustang” is a high-energy pounding rock song to listen to at full volume and is accompanied by the music video available on YouTube. Furthermore, Kings Of Leon have also announced the World Tour 2024, produced by Live Nation: it will visit 26 cities in the United States and Canada starting from August 14, 2024.

“Can We Please Have Fun”, as the title suggests, is a candidate to be a sort of manifesto for the band. A band that goes wild, tries new things and also has fun. Recorded at the Dark Horse in Nashville and produced together with new collaborator Kid Harpoon (already working on Harry Styles, Florence + the Machine), the album, from rumors and previews, wants to show a new side of Kings Of Leon. In the new recording project, the band returns to its gritty origins and, at the same time, ventures into new directions. It’s the sound of a band cohesive in both vision and purpose, free from any expectations, and the album that Kings Of Leon, from what they say, always wanted to make. “It was the most fun record I’ve ever been a part of,” says Caleb. Kings Of Leon are preparing for a pivotal year which coincides with their comeback. “When you’re a band, you have a bond like no other… and when you’re a family, you have a bond like no other – concludes Caleb – we are both. I thought: if we put all our energies together, we couldwho can stop us? Who can stop us if not us?”.