Kings of The Earth – ‘Landing On The Moon’

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A new breed of rock band, Kings of The Earth have risen from the legendary music scene of Nashville with a direct and brilliantly distinctive sound. Leading the charge with their passionate songwriting style and an unstoppable desire to better our planet, the band have been growing a loyal fanbase on the back of their stunning debut single, ‘Landing On The Moon’.

The single that started it all, ‘Landing On The Moon’ is a dynamic and wonderfully placed single that showcases the band’s obvious passion for their craft. Opening onto a stream of acoustic guitar chords, the single builds an emotive and wonderfully textured sound that speaks right to the heart, combining rustic, charming elements of pop, rock, and timeless Americana.

A landmark release, there is more to the single that just a powerful melody at play in ‘Landing On The Moon’, and the single arrives as both an impressive debut and a poignant call to arms. Enlisting the help of their fans and the brilliant, the band have pledged to end the lack of access to clean drinking water by the year 2050.

In the band’s own words, “It's crazy that with all of the wealth and technology in the modern world that there are still over 800 million people in the world who don't have access to clean water for drinking and showers and sanitation! Not acceptable!”

In an effort to better the planet, the band are using their music and their platform to pledge as much as they can to a brilliant cause. Make sure you connect with the band below, along with the charity by clicking here.

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