No one’s lifting our spirits and warming our hearts like King No-One. The York-helming indie-poppers are back today with a synthy banger that screams eighties neon and girthy shoulder pads, titled “Get You Right”.
This is the band’s third single of the year, following on from 2019’s immensely successful debut – the “OOMM” EP – which reached number two on the Indie Breakers chart. Admittedly, it’s a farcry from the band’s humble busking routes, embellished with lavish guitars, husky vocals and serene drums – but that’s exactly why it’s so brilliant.
“Get You Right is a song for anyone to relate to in their own way, that has felt low, insecure, or uninspired in recent times,” the band’s frontman, Zach Lount, tells Wonderland. “It’s a bitter-sweet message to focus and look after yourself. I wrote the song during lockdown after I was seriously attacked in a street mugging, it incurred a long physical and mental recovery cooped up in our tiny flat.”
Once lockdown was lifted, the boys immediately hit the studio, putting peddle to the metal as they produced the transcendent tune – which at its heart is a testament to the band’s DIY roots, overcoming whatever obstacles they encounter in their quest for sonic wonder.
Listen to “Get You Right” below…