King No-One head to Belgrave Music Hall

Did you catch York’s KING NO-ONE on telly the other weekend? Their fab tune Millennium helped nurse hangovers around the nation on Sunday Brunch and it seemed to go down rather well.

King No-One

You’ll be able to hear it live tomorrow night (Friday, June 13) when the four-piece will be celebrating the release of their new EP with a show at Belgrave Music Hall.

Since winning Centre Stage 2013 last summer, which sent them on their merry way to Leeds and Reading festivals, the band have been working on their EP, funded by some nifty busking in their city’s streets.

More recently, they headed out on the road with Embrace, playing at sold-out shows around the country, including Shepherd’s Bush Empire and O2 Academy Leeds last month.

Joining King No-One tomorrow night will be Centre Stage 2014 finalist OLIVER PINDER and Nottingham alt-rock band FIELD STUDIES. It’s a fiver in.

Check out King No-One’s Millennium below >>

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