As you continue to evolve as a musician and accept new artists into the fold, you receive a new appreciation for your craft This time as we explore the indie world we find “Stuck in the Middle”, the latest 2020 single from the indie rockers of King Park. Bursting onto the scene back in 2017, King Park began releasing high-contrast yet blue-collar indie rock that represented the sound of their hometown Hamilton, ON. After dropping their debut EP The Light I Can’t See just a year later, the band won 97.7 HTZ-FM’s Rock Search 2018 and took them to the next level (the contest has launched the careers of many other bands including Finger Eleven, the Trews, and Glorious Sons). Originally founded by childhood friends Timon Moolman (vocals, guitar) and Tyler Heemskerk (bass, vocals), King Park continues to grow by adding guitarist Brenden Campbell as well as Nate Wall on drums.
Now two years later after winning, the band is gearing up for their official full-length debut album and want to show the global audience exactly what they have to offer. Their new single “Stuck in the Middle” is a bit trimmed down from their normal sound, featuring melodic guitar work and baritone vocals in contrast to their more alt-rock sound. However, the track oozes with passion and clearly shows that King Park is not a one-trick pony and hides other talents just waiting to be shown to the world. Now with a complete quartet of skillful musicians, how will the best utilize each of their skills? The debut album Everett will be out later this year and we can’t wait for King Park to easily prove us right.
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