London King Releases ‘A Kind of Love’

‘A Kind Of Love’ is the fourth single from London King’s EP, ‘Antichrist Child’. The EP is out now.

King started in entertainment when she was just 4 years old, and she wrote her first song, ‘Sinking In The Darkness’ when she was 11, and featured on her first EP, ‘Golden Edition’, produced by award winning James Colah, and released in 2014. She followed it up with ‘A Kind Of Love’, produced by Aubrey Whitfield, known for his work with Little Mix, and Kelly Clarkson.



London was the front woman for Rancid and went solo at the age of 18. Her new EP, ‘The Antichrist Child’, contains a metaphor of her first and deepest love, withe opening song Ice to The Fire, and new single, A Kind of Love, depicting the story of how her relationship became steadily more poisonous. The track, ‘justify Go’ sees King croon throughout the chorus, as she struggles to leave the relationship.

‘A Kind Of Love’, and ‘Antichrist Child’ are both available now. Follow London King online on Facebook to find out more about her music, and future live performances.

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