Community Post: This article was submitted by a member of our community. Find out how you can publish your own writing here!
People send us songs. We pass them on to you, because we love you.
Hailing from Manchester, England (via Northern Ireland), King Kartel play the sort of inspired, drunken post-punk that will always draw comparisons to The Libertines, but with enough inflections of intelligence to notice The Jam in their bloodline. Raging off the success of a UK tour and their debut EP Not Done Fighting, the band’s latest single “Come At Me Now” is garnering praise all over the place. It’s a snotty, well dressed little singalong with one boot slipping on the ale soaked barroom floor, and one fist flying at the face of the bloke that just pissed you off. And it do sound like The Libertines, which be a good thing, yessir!!
From the press release:
“‘Come At Me Now’ prove the King Kartel aren’t afraid to embrace their pop sensibilities which combine with their indie rock sound to create a storming single which is set to raise the profile of the Manchester based band even higher.”
And a video version:
Community Post: This article was submitted by a member of our community. The views expressed are the opinions of the designated author, and do not reflect the opinions of the Overmental as a whole or any other individual. We will gladly cooperate in the removal of plagiarism or any copyright infringement. Please contact us here.