KILFEATHER release new album ‘Armchair Revolutionaries’ on 12th August

Psych rock outfit, Kilfeather, is set to release their new album Armchair Revolutionaries on all digital platforms, through Riot Records/Golden Robot Records on 12th August.

Fans have received a deep insight into the album with the steady release of the singles ‘Bummer’, ‘Nightmares’, ‘Plants’, ‘Dwelling’ and ‘Waiting to Get In’ showcasing the diversity and genre-bending aural assault delivered by Kilfeather.
Armchair Revolutionaries is a reflection of our torn society within the broken mirror of time. With wailing angst for every wrong turn we have made against the frame of our universe, Kilfeather screams with every bit of intention. These songs are a DIY hive-mind collection of hymns about deteriorating mental health disguised in velvet cloaks of fuzz-drenched guitars and heavy, gelatinous hooked choruses. 

Written, performed, and recorded entirely by Kilfeather himself, this album packs both a concrete punch and razor-sharp bite. The raw energy breaks down the barricades from your speakers and bombards your ears in a war-like fashion.

Pre-order/add/save Armchair Revolutionaries HERE

K. Kilfeather is an American Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter based out of San Diego, CA. 
Since 2006, K. Kilfeather has written and released hundreds of songs while forming and fronting various bands over the years. His current project ‘Kilfeather’ features a power trio of K. on Guitar/Vox, Mike McGuinness on Drums, and Ben Doran on Bass.
Kilfeather’s music is best describes a hazy concoction of garage rock & roll mixed with dingy elements of punk, classic metal, and pop music.
K. has shared the stage with a wide variety of artists and bands all across the west coast such as; Wayne Kramer (MC5), Kyle Gass (Tenacious D), Danny Carey (Tool), Steven Adler (Guns N’ Roses), Death Valley GirlsWAAVESVoodoo Glow Skulls, The Vibrators, and many more.
In spring 2020, Kilfeather caught the attention of Golden Robot Global Entertainment and was signed to their punk rock and alternative label, Riot Records.

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