Kickin’ Lilies – ‘All These Bad Dreams’ Released Today!

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‘All These Bad Dreams’

Sunderland based band Kickin’ Lilies, have released their superb latest single ‘All These Bad Dreams’ on 6th July 2020. It is an exciting release from a band with a big future. 

Firstly, an enticing electric guitar opens the release. It is filled with attention-grabbing distortion and paves the way for the full band to kick in. The vocals are filled with character and create texture within the piece. We found the chorus to be driving and filled with catchy melodies which stay with the listener. The layered vocals are affecting too, filled with vibrant colour. 

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Kickin’ Lilies say about the release, “Lyrically it focuses on the way in which negativity can affect how a person thinks or behaves.” We think that this will resonate with a lot of people and this is a big part of the band’s appeal. They resonate with their audience and make us feel less alone together. 

Kickin' Lilies
Kickin’ Lilies

Formed in late 2018 Kickin’ Lilies have been making waves ever since. They have supported North-East fast risers Docksuns and The Pale White for two sold-out shows at Independent (350-capacity venue). They were named as one of the Independents must-see acts for 2020 too. In addition, the band have recorded at Motorhouse (owned by Jordan Miller and Jack Wade of Vandebilt) for a two-day stint. The band recorded their debut single ‘All These Bad Dreams’ during that time.

Above all, make sure to add ‘All These Bad Dreams’ to your weekday playlist. To sum up, we are sure that Kickin’ Lilies are destined for big things in the 2020s. Moreover, we very much look forward to hearing what they will do next. Until then, check out ‘All These Bad Dreams’ from the link below. 

FV Music Blog July 2020

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