King Ropes Cover Al Green Classic ‘Take Me To The River’ And Expresses What We’re All Feeling Right Now In The Heat

Last month we featured ‘The Danger Zone’, the first track from Bozeman, Montana based band, King Ropes’ new album, ‘Go Back Where They Came From’, which was released on May 22. Now we introduce you to a second track from the album, the Al Green (and Talking Heads) classic, ‘Take Me To The River’.

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King Ropes Shine A Light On The Current World Situation With Cover Of Classic Ray Charles Song, ‘The Danger Zone’

Back in July last year we brought King Ropes to the attention of EP readers. The group, who describe themselves as a “psychedelic, hard country garage roots rock band” (what a mouthful!) will be releasing their latest album, ‘Go Back Where They Came From’, on May 22. The album comprises 12 songs, all tracks by legendary artists, some well known, others less so. The first single from the record is the Ray Charles track, ‘The Danger Zone’ – a timely song if ever there was one.

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King Ropes – ‘California Stars’

Describing themselves as, a “psychedelic, hard country garage roots rock band”, King Ropes’ new single, ‘California Stars’ is a ponderous pounding pysch track that has strong overtones of Tom Waits. It’s from their new album, ‘Gravity And Friction’, which is set for release on July 26.

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