Kings Go Forth revisit a time before the sound of black American music was radically reshaped by hip-hop's meteoric rise to prominence. They play a form of rhythm and blues far removed from the hyperactive, mechanistic songs that have dominated the genre for the last ten years. Their sound is warm, comfortable and upbeat; it has roots in sixties soul and seventies funk. A combination of songwriting nous, instrumental chops and winning positivity ensure that the results are consistently enjoyable.
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