All The King’s Men – ‘Making My Escape’

11794437_811788405598440_1076140481025337655_oAll The King’s Men formed by three Manchester musicians whom grew up together are getting ready to release their debut EP, Making My Escape, a stunning collection of alternative rock songs blended with their unmistakable Manchester attitude.

The band began twelve months ago when longtime friends and band members Matthew Holland, Tino Caine, and Ben Robinson came together to collaborate in their music endeavors combining influences of classic rock bands that inspired them like Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, and The Doors.

12038091_834759663301314_1445008194796894086_nMaking My Escape features five great rock songs by All The King’s Men that will be released on November 27th 2015 on Angel Hill Records. ‘Fever’ is an upbeat track with soulful vocals that have the vintage and classic vibe of the early Beatles much like another track on the EP, ‘City Lights’ which also displays a classic touch of soulful upbeat rock as well. ‘Someday’ is a ballad style rock song and has an interesting YouTube video to go along which is available to view below. ‘Making My Escape’ is a very well written song with heavenly vocal harmonies and subtle dynamic builds.

All The King’s Men are known to put on a great live performance and are also prolific songwriters whom are always writing new material so expect to see a lot more soon from them as their catalogue of killer songs continue to grow. For more music and info about All The King’s Men and the new EP Making My Escape visit the bands website, Facebook, iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.

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