King No-One Reject The Rat Race With ‘I Feel Strange’

It emerges from a crossroads in their lives...

Four-piece King No-One learn to reject the rat race on new single ‘I Feel Strange’.

The band found themselves at a crossroads recently, weary of the day-to-day pressures life can place on them. Deciding to push back, King No-One learned to reject the status quo, instead opting to find happiness through their music.

A song about the complexities and contradictions of our everyday lives, new single ‘I Feel Strange’ is driven by honesty, and surges to that defiant chorus.

Lead singer Zach Lount leads the way, but it’s a bravura performance that shows their unified creativity. He comments…

“’I Feel Strange’ was written whilst I was at a real crossroad, when I took an abstract view on life – Like why we pay £x a month to live in a concrete cage in a city centre full of others in tiny spaces, or being mugged on your doorstep, or all of a sudden massive corporations have LGBTQ+ branding for a week a year, or oil allowing neoliberalism to construct our society whilst being the death of the natural world… or the fact Neville from Harry Potter became insanely handsome. Then I just had to think, well – this is the world, this is humanity and I’m here now. I’ll stick around.”

Tune in now.

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