Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to King Charles. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I was fascinated by his compositional style.
The music of this artist immediately put me in a good mood. A sound that speaks directly to the soul and heart of the listener.
King Charles is the king that everyone would love, a sovereign capable of making the people happy with his music that transfers positive vibes.
This artist already enjoys great success on socials and Spotify. A lot of people like his music and this success is well deserved.
Especially in such a particular period for the world, such joyful music is therapeutic for the spirit.
All the songs on this EP are solid, I liked them all and the album, in general, follows a very coherent thread.
The production is excellent… an artist that I recommend to everyone!
All I Know Is How I Feel is King Charles’ Ep Out Now!
Fresh and Refined !
King Charles’s talent was first recognised when he became the first British artist to win Nashville’s International Songwriting Competition. It was an accolade that was all the more remarkable given that it was judged by Tom Waits, Jerry Lee Lewis, Loretta Lynn and Jeff Beck. Always evolving, his songwriting is consistently compelling regardless of the style he is exploring. As a result, he has been compared to everyone from Prince and Adam Ant to Vampire Weekend, Passenger and Jamie T.
Those songs translate to a strong live following. In his hometown of London he has headlined venues including the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the O2 Kentish Town Forum, KOKO and the Scala, and international touring has taken him everywhere from the USA to Lithuania. He has supported some of the world’s biggest artists, such as The Rolling Stones and Mumford & Sons. Meanwhile, key festivals have included Glastonbury, Reading, Leeds and Latitude. King Charles completed the ambitious Feel Good Jog last summer, a gruelling schedule of 40 marathons and 40 live performances in 40 days. It raised £70,000 for the youth and community charity Regenerate.