Four piece folk rock band To Kill A King have become the 'king' of festival appearances, performing at Reading and Leeds, Bestival, Beat Herder, Dot to Dot and Lee Fest earning them a notable reputation which resulted in a sell-out show at London's Koko.
Front man Ralph Pelleymounter talks to us about signing with Xtra Mile Recordings, writing the new album and a fan's successful attempt at using The Train Line to publicise To Kill a King.
CM: Hi Ralpho, how are you?
Ralph: Good, yeah, alright thanks.
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