Just Listen: Native Kings – Afraid To Love You

Native Kings

Words: Nick Bewes

Continuing the great tradition of rock’s trios, Liverpool’s Native Kings produce a big noise  even though there’s only three of them. Think more Muse and Ash than Genesis though! The band have released a new single Afraid To Love You and it’s a cracker, right from the opening riff to the catchy chorus, both courtesy of vocalist and guitarist Cameron Warren. The rest of the band sound pretty good too, bassist David Knowles and drummer Scott Harrold  are an impressive rhythm section, which is shown off two thirds of the way through with the break, when the song becomes more alternative than mainstream. It’s certainly a great advert for a group hadn’t heard of before but will certainly be keeping an ear for and I suggest you do the same.

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