The friends, outsiders, each in their own way, wanted to form a band. Because what connected them was their love for the CBGB sound, American punk of the 70s and grunge of the 90s. That's what King Nun sounds like to this day.
With “Lamb” their second album comes onto the market and combines the guitar work of the flannel shirts from Seattle with the melodic excursions of the Brit poppers with the heavy riffs of proto-punk or the deeper tuned indie rock.
The tracks are bursting with big moments and explosive guitar outbursts. King Nun have produced a fantastic album that knows how to bring content and music together and create a great moment. In April they come to Berlin with a bang.