Originally formed in Brighton but now rooted in Clapham, Stout alt-rockers PUPPET KINGS are making new friends and pricking ears with their infectious and driving sound that has already earned the riff merchants favourable descriptors that liken the band to everyone from Foo Fighters and Guns N Roses, through to Queens of the Stone Age and Alice in Chains. PUPPET KINGS have a new video for the track, The Message, which has been taken from their forthcoming new EP, The Mountain, out Friday 1st March.
Ever since their inception, PUPPET KINGS have undertaken an impressive live manifesto, which, more than ever, continues to this day. The power duo, comprising of Tomas Cochrane (Guitars, Bass and Vocals) and Harry Lehane (Drums and Vocals), are famed for delivering live shows that are ram-packed with energy and raw passion. These rock purists have also shared the stage with a diverse range of artists spanning from Skindred, Therapy and Royal Blood, through to Slade and Freeze the Atlantic.
As well as a keen desire for hitting the road, PUPPET KINGS have also released a series of well-received EPs and videos. In 2015, the band joined up with artist management company Animal Farm to produce their debut EP, Timebomb. The release was then followed up with 2017’s Very Cool and Groovy EP, which received a glorious KKKK review in Kerrang! Magazine. However, the duo’s most impressive release is their forthcoming EP, The Mountain. Featuring four fiery cuts of imposing modern rock, the record shines bright and commands your attention. The band’s current single, The Message – https://youtu.be/qFwYD9-wCiY , is a true indicator of the EP’s grit, anthemic appeal, and sonic mastery.