Ahead of the release of their debut LP ‘Microscopic Wars’ on August 22nd and fresh from a highly acclaimed live performance at Splendour in the Grass, Melbourne’s favourite indie-rockers Kingswood reveal their latest video for ‘I Can Feel That You Don’t Love Me’.
In their signature cinematic style – whether it’s in Tarantino-esq jumpsuits or cowboy-style double-denim – the clip captures the band with unusually tamed hair and 007 sophistication, allowing their playful chemistry as a band to take the stage to showcase their smooth new track, as they gear up for a massive national tour.
While Kingswood have carved out a name for themselves with energetic, thrashy anthems that still manages to capture moody blues influences with sing-along-soul choruses, ‘I Can Feel You Don’t Love Me’ is a change of pace for the band, with a sultry, slow burning intensity. Songwriter Alex Laska to step up to lead vocals for the first time and matched with Fergus Linacre’s high-octane vocals, unapologetic, air-tight guitar solos and Justin Debrincat’s furious drumming Kingswood prove they are just as versatile as they are artistic, content to keep listeners guessing their rock n’ roll spirit with undeniable musical credentials.
Kingswood play the Cambridge Hotel on the 18th of September.
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