Dynamic alt-pop trio King No-One have taken the live scene by storm. Originally hailing from York, the band built up their live reputation with one blistering sold out show after another across the nations favourite small venues. After being recieved strongly in Manchester they decided to move into the heart of the city, and soon after, exploded as one of the biggest live emerging guitar bands in the country.
Impressively the band sell out venues reserved for major label, radio 1 play-listed album artists – selling in excess of 8,000 tickets over two UK tours, every year. Their biggest show being their headline at O2 Ritz in Manchester.
Since the beginning of 2020, King No-One have burst out of the blocks with two fresh new records debuting them with a virtual performance at Radio 1’s Big Weekend. Since the performance they have had heavy radio support from BBC Introducing nationwide and streamed a live set featured on BBC Look North.
Through pure grit, talent and drive King No-One epitomise the modern go-getting DIY culture – conquering the hearts and minds of a huge fanbase with constant touring, massive singles and an ethos of equality. This was characterised in the single ‘Antichrist’ which declares that regardless of our colour, gender, sexuality or our financial status; we are all born equal.