Thursday, 15 September 2016

Kings Of Leon - Waste A Moment





1.    Who are these rock legends? 

Kings Of Leon are a popular indie rock band from Nashville, Tennessee.  They have seven long players on their roll of honor, have sold over seventeen million albums worldwide and topped the album charts around the world. Waste A Moment (Sept’16) is the lead single from the new album Walls (Oct’16).


2. What kind of tune is Waste A Moment?

Waste A Moment is classic Kings Of Leon; helter skelter rock'n'roll with brooding vocals and sweet release in the redemptive chorus. The tune doesn't overstay it's welcome either, clocking in at the magic three. 


3. Who do Kings Of Leon sound like?

IndieShuffle compared Waste A Moment to U2, The Killers and The Strokes. 


4. What have the lazy bastards in the press said about Waste A Moment

“Crisp guitars, anthemic vocals and a slight ragged touch” – Clash Music. 

“Embodies the anthemic, from the heart feeling” – Paste Magazine. 

“Stadium ready rock” – Much. 





5. Which bands lent their majesty to Kings Of Leon?

Some of the Kings Of Leon main influences are The Strokes, The Pixies, The Rolling Stones, The Clash and Wilco. 


6. Why should I give Waste A Moment a lash?

Waste A Moment is the kind of song that takes the feeling of ennui and stands it on it's head. Satisfying in the extreme. It is also proof one of indies biggest bands remain on point.


7. What are the other Kings Of Leon biggies?

Sex On Fire is massive and good for it. Use Somebody is just the same and Radioactive rounds out an outstanding triumvirate. 


8. Any more words peanut?

Walls is produced by Markus Dravs who has been at the controls for The Maccabees, Mumford & Sons, Arcade Fire and Coldplay.


“She’s a little burner, burner, gonna throw you to the flame”










Piano Club are an indie electro-pop band from Belgium. Started in 2007 they have one album, an E.P. and a single to their names. Piano Club are influenced by bands like E.L.O. Blondie, Yeasayer, MGMT and Metronomy. Ain't No Mountain High (2012) is from the E.P. of the same name and is not a Marvin Gaye cover. Ain't No Mountain High brings Californian sunshine indie, like The Mowglis, to space synths in a marriage of extreme convenience. Special. 



“Walking alone, playing my role,

Wind in my hair, but you’re not there”















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