Sometimes it can help to stop, to down tools and take stock.
To Kill A King manage to hold down a fast and furious schedule, darting in and out of studios between lengthy, lung bursting tours.
Now the band have decided to take a pit stop. New EP 'Exit, Pursued By A Bear' drops on October 20th, and it's intended as a snack between meals, a small break on a wider journey.
"This EP is a departure from where we were but not where we are going to end up," explains Ralph Pelleymounter. “Call it a pit stop on the road to optimism, somewhere to pick up some snacks and petrol, maybe look at the local attractions, like a girl with a beard of bees or the worlds largest cigarette".
Alongside this, To Kill A King have shot a special live performance with Ralph's Singalong Sessions. Recorded and filmed in the 20th Century Theatre, Notting Hill, the gorgeous venue perfectly compliments the grandiose endeavor.
Joined by all manner of guests, the band breeze through an emphatic, emotive version of 'Oh My Love'.
Check it out now.
Audio and video production by The Boatshed.