Cornish rockers King Creature have released “Set The World On Fire”, their sophomore album recorded during the initial lockdown.
Discussing the wider album the band said: “While the lockdown commenced, everyone at KCHQ knew that now was the time to be productive. We converted HQ into a makeshift studio and worked with our engineer/producer John Cornfield over the internet sending files back and forth, the result was the new album and singles that are all just about to drop.
The album is a reflection of the country/world at that time with some coincidental lyrics. The song No Getting Out Alive, written before the start of the pandemic which eerily became a thing that we all went through.
The album in general is pretty deep and somewhat dark, we have made a dynamic shift in our songwriting as we mature and evolve as a band yet we feel the harmonies and structure give the whole thing a lighter feel. In our opinion it’s a step up from our last album.”