Music Industry News Network [03-06-2018]

Between Kings Release Anthemic Lyric Video For "To The Wolves"


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Between Kings Release Anthemic Lyric Video For "To The Wolves"

Up and coming Australian post-alternative rock outfit, Between Kings have released their lyric video for the new song "To The Wolves" online at “To The Wolves” is a powerful arena-rock song with massive melodies and powerful hooks that speak directly to anyone that feels alone or as is they don't have a voice. The track is the latest release from Between Kings' debut album "The Escape", which is set for release on May 4th via Regime Music Group and is available for pre-order online at

"The song was written with the intention of reaching people on a personal level and encouraging them to ask for help when they feel they can't get by alone. The song is an experience of insecure emotional intensity with a desire to leave it all behind before it devours you. It's the story of someone who has given up on hope but wants to escape before they are too far gone, to break down the emotionally heavy walls that confine them and be free," said Jordan Coyne from Between Kings.

Between Kings - which consist of members Nic Machuca (Vocals), Jordan Coyne (Guitar), Jayden Marsh (Bass), Nick Fanning (Drums) - The band dabbles with the heartfelt resonance of Twenty-One pilots, then mixes it with the arena-rock balladry of Imagine Dragons the next. The band's triumphant use of melodic elements makes it irresistible for rock enthusiasts to throw up the horns, or even hit the dance floor. The group quickly developed a bond over their desire to create infectious rhythms and powerful hooks to bring together the sound that is Between Kings.

Between Kings will be playing this weekend in Brisbane Australia at Woolly Mammoth to launch the new album "The Escape".



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