Salt Lake City’s indie darlings Krooked Kings show there’s more to Utah than mountains and Mormons with their new album ‘All Out Of Good Days’.
‘All Out Of Good Days’ (Produced by Day Wave) is the latest offering from Krooked Kings, a vibrant, grassroots surf rock quintet that has been steadily building a reputation among the US underground.
“We’re just five guys from Utah writing about what we know, hoping it’ll help us figure things out a little more along the way,” the band says.
“This album is about the weird time in life between college and the rest of your life and how utterly confusing, depressing, and enjoyable it can be.”
The band have just come off an incredible run of live performances in the States, including SXSW and a sold-out West Coast tour.
Krooked Kings are expected to announce international tour dates in support of the new record, and hopes are high for an Aussie visit from the lads.
Hailing from Salt Lake City, the members of Krooked Kings were unsurprisingly raised in the expansive Mormon faith but left the religion to pursue careers in music.
The band have found a keen following in Australia through Instagram, with Sydney and Melbourne ranked as third and fourth highest cities for most-followed.
We get the feeling there’s plenty of good days left for Krooked Kings still.
‘Become What You Are’, the new album from The Daisycutters is available now via MADCAP Global Music, JB Hi-Fi and independent music retailers.