“The fact that Kingswood has made such an experimental move will surprise a lot of music lovers but after a couple of listens to After Hours, Close To Dawn you’ll be very thankful that they were brave enough to go in this direction.” - Heavy Mag
“If you’re looking for the most complete work of 2017 to date: welcome.” – STACK
“As a listener, you’re really travelling through, ingesting every sound from beginning to end, which really makes the very first listen, in particular, something truly special.” – Music Feeds
2018 has already been a big year for Kingswood. They have officially released their discography online, available worldwide. They will be embarking on an international tour for their highly anticipated new music in June. This upcoming release is all connected by the defining element that is the trios creative DNA. No matter what shape they take, these songs are still instantly recognizable as pure Kingswood.
Their 2017 release, After Hours, Close To Dawn, was named in Rolling Stone Australia’s 50 Most Anticipated Albums of 2017, as well as The Herald Suns Biggest New Albums in 2017, mixing an eclectic collection of retro R’n’B grooves with soaring rock & roll, fuzzy soul and space age experimentation.
Kingswood have joined heavyweights Queens of The Stone Age, LCD Soundsystem and HAIM at Byrons Splendour In The Grass Festival alongside a 16 date Australian headline tour.
Kingswood Tour Dates