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Along with a video featuring some stark totalitarian imagery, York four-piece King No-One have unveiled their new single ‘Antichrist’.

Given the meaning behind their name stems from their belief that “no-one is king”, the strong political imagery featured within the song comes as little surprise. Frontman Zach Lount explains the inspiration behind the video as: “There’s always been a battle between tyranny and liberty, and this video depicts that. No two people are the same, and we should celebrate our quirks and differences, not isolate them. To at least one person, we’re all an Antichrist”.

The track comes following their previous single ‘Alcatraz‘, however this time around they’ve replaced danceable grooves with a darker, more contemporary vibe. Thankfully the result is just as catchy.

Watch the video for ‘Antichrist’ below.


Catch King No-One on their upcoming UK tour:

March
Wed 29th – Latest Music Bar, Brighton
Thu 30th – Thousand Island, London
Fri 31st – Brudenell, Leeds

April
Sat 1st – King Tuts, Glasgow
Tue 4th – Hare & Hound, Birmingham
Wed 5th – The Louisiana, Bristol
Thu 6th – Fruit, Hull
Fri 7th – Deaf Institute, Manchester
Sat 8th – The Sugar Mill, Stoke
Tue 11th – Jumpin Jacks, Newcastle
Wed 12th – Bodega, Nottingham
Thu 13th – The Leadmill, Sheffield
Fri 14th – Studio 2, Liverpool
Sat 15th – Fibbers, York

Words by Samantha King

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